I left the house! For the first non-essential time!
Jason and I ordered curbside pick-up in Old EC and ate it a socially-distanced picnic table by the river. Then we put on our masks and took a walk around the downtown, while occasionally sipping from our YETIs that were totally full of iced coffee and not premixed to-go margaritas, oh no, definitely not.
I take that first part back, actually. It felt pretty goddamn essential. Weird and different and a touch depressing in a way (it's so...empty and somber out there), but still. I really needed that.
In this week's edition of I Believe Children Are Our Future, here are some homeschooling highlights:
This is what P.E. looks like during a pandemic, FYI.
And this, apparently, is "take my picture while I break my creation so I can post a funny picture and caption to the class discussion board," so I guess they're teaching them how to Instagram now?
More close encounters with baby wildlife!
Obligatory Food Project of the Week: Mason jar ice cream. Easy and delicious, but nobody wanted to share with me! Ingrates, the lot of you!
We've promised to take them for Outside Ice Cream, Like From A Place That Isn't Our Freezer this weekend. I made masks for everybody and they don't understand what the fuss is about: You look like a superhero! Or a bank robber! Either way you look cool, people! Chill out!
And finally, here's our Obscene Vegetable of the Week: