How is it going to work? Schools are closed here in Michigan on Monday for 3 weeks but many of them went ahead and closed today. There are so many questions. For instance, how will this teleschool work, how will the kids who depend on meals from the schools get fed, and I'm sure many people are questioning who is going to watch our children? We have been called up for duty and I'm so glad we can help. I know that many other grandparents will be helping also at this time. I'm so glad we live here and can be there for them.
I'm afraid that the only blogging I might have time and energy for is on the free kindle book post. I always do these posts early in the morning before the chaos begins for the day. So, if that doesn't bother you guys too much, I'll write what's happening on these posts. This will be like my diary during this crisis and it will probably be just a paragraph or two each day. Weekends will be spent getting things done that we couldn't get done during the week and resting. I recently have figured out that at near 60 I'm elderly!
So without further ado- I planted four small trays of vegetable seeds and put them in my little greenhouse. I'm trying to keep them warm by a little light on each side that is battery operated. Well, wouldn't you know it, the temperature dipped down last night and there is a cold wind blowing. So, we will see what temperature it is when it the sun comes up.
I also went and picked up my grocery order at Meijer this morning. This is my first time for Meijer pickup and it worked out great. The parking lot was getting full at 530 in the morning. If you need anything, to avoid crowds, I loved ordering and you might to. So, before anyone says anything, these children will need food at Grandmas house and I needed to buy what they like. Part of my small order ($38.00) was 6 jars of spaghetti sauce because I see a lot of spaghetti meals in our future LOL. Prego was on sale for 10 for $10 with the 11th free. So, under a $1.00 a jar. Don't worry I always have plenty of TP under my bed!
FYI: There are now 12 cases of the virus in Michigan.
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