WTAF 2020?!

Ok guys, it’s been a hot minute since I’ve been on here. And in that time the world has gone to hell. Like holy shit right? Remember when we thought 2020 was going to be our year? What a bunch of idiots, LOL on us. So we’ve been social distancing and trying to entertain our children who we are stuck with 24/7 (I so did NOT sign up for this) while simultaneously praying to the god of caffeine that my Starbucks continues to have drive-through. Did I mention we are also closing on our house this week? Could it get any crazier? Please don’t answer that. And in the middle of this apocalypse I’ve learned a few things-

1. Teachers are a manna from the heavens and we do not deserve them. Like how do they hang out with our kids all day and be nice to them and not lose their minds?! If you told me their salary was $1 million I would still say it isn’t enough. And the fact that they still want to FaceTime my demons while school is closed? If any of you read this I love you and also please help me.

2. I actually like hanging out with these little offspring. Truth, they are driving me bat shit insane and I swear all I do is yell and threaten them. But we got to finally teach Biggie to ride a bike, something we never had time for, and that’s pretty legit.

3. Slowing down is pretty awesome. Not having to commute to school and work, rushing to swimming, etc is a breath of fresh air. We are trying to enjoy every second of this pause on our crazy life.

4. If I thought I was grateful before…. Dading and I have job security. We try not to take that for granted. We don’t have to worry about being laid off or losing money. We know many others don’t have that assurance. We are trying to give back as much as we can, and help out anyone we can. We are still able to buy our house because of this job security, and I try not to dwell on the fact that if we didn’t have that we would have lost our house.

So wash your fucking hands. Stop picking at your face. Throw your gloves and masks in the trash, you scumbag. And be nice to people. Tip your restaurant at curbside pickup. Post a nice note to your door for your delivery drivers. Do what you can to make this as tolerable as possible for everyone. Babysit my kids. Walk my dog. I’m open to suggestions 😉

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