Work From Home


Illustrator: Daniel Padure (via thisisn’thappiness)

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  1. Ha! And let’s do it all again Tomm. 🤪

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  2. I don’t know about you, but it helps already to get dressed to break the onesie cycle…..

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  3. Things are starting to open up here in our part of Spain. We went to a coffee with friends yesterday after 8 weeks! Hang in there. xo

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  4. that’s it. the life cycle of a day of wfh.

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  5. Exactly!

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  6. South Carolina has been the-opening in stages and almost restrictions will be lifted as of next Monday. My last haircut was during the middle of February. Hopefully, our governor isn’t jumping the gun.

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  7. where’s the fridge in the corner of the room…

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  8. I do. I live now in a block of flats and you never know who’s calling at the door ALSO and importantly, it gives me a feeling of self …. I don’t want to let myself going all couch potato! I already don’t have too much control over myself 😉🙃

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  9. This virus certainly has put a new spin on things. Never have I been so keen to simply browse in a store, any store. I love my house, but the need for a change of scenery is profound….

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  10. Reblogged this on It Is What It Is and commented:
    ‘Round and round and round we go’ … it’s just like quarantined during retirement!! LOL …

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  11. Ha ha. Cute. I’d sympathize if I didn’t have so much work to do at home. Wish I had time to just “walk around” (and around and around).

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  12. I think I’ll leave the four walls and go for my run 😉

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  13. Valerie Meluskey says:

    …my big thrill to “socialize” is to go to a grocery story–yesterday just HAD to have lemongrass paste so I could make yellow curry paste from scratch… Did anyone else watch the Senate interviewing Fauci, Redfield, Hahn, and Giroir? So, now children are at risk (12 states and Wash.D.C.)–school reopenings need caution. Sorry to be Debbie Downer. Back to outdoors, cooking and eating….

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    • I missed Fauci! How did it go?

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      • Valerie Meluskey says:

        Amazingly informational–Fauci is our Wise Man, and he was free to speak the truth without interruption. People from both parties including the chair, Lamar Alexander, spoke to what’s critical to all of us. Fauci brought up the caution about the hideous illness attacking children (from under a year up to age 18!) and the need to question school resumption. Your Senator, Murphy, confronted Redfield and the CDC for lack of any guidance.

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  14. No stubble. Amazing you caught that. Bravo!

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  15. Each Breath Is A Gift says:

    Hi, opps my email shows up where my name or anyomous should be would…I don’t want to receive a bunch of spam as those internet bot spiders search for emails…would you be so kind as to remove my email above? Thanks 🙂 Kindly…”each breath is a gift”

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  16. Christie says:

    thank you 🙂 and btw my sister-in-law loves Fauci…she learned everything about infection control from him, he was a great lecturer… she was a nurse(RN) retired in her early 50’s…she was an operating room nurse and at some point ran the dialysis unit and was also in charge of infection control in their regional hospital…she says he is brilliant…she reads all the technical medical research articles he authors…

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