Breakfast: Doughnut and coffee
Lunch: Grilled cheese, cucumbers, strawberry, and grapes
Dinner: Leftover steak, chicken, peas, and corn.
The good news is it looks like I am getting two more book contracts for April. That would be awesome. I am 6200 words into my first contract for April, so about 1/3 of the way done. We did more math, algebraic word problems, and Seven is doing quite well. He also completed his art assignment: picking an artist and mimicking his style with his own imagination. He chose Picasso and drew the Egyptian sun god Ra in Picasso’s signature cubism style. It’s a gazillion times better than I could ever do. Once it is colored, maybe he will let me post a picture of it! He also learned about Jackson Pollack and the dangers of drunk driving. If you do not know what those two have in common, google!
We played another game of Wizard, no perfect games this time, but I was never in any danger. My opponents really need to get better, sorry not sorry y’all!
That was on April 2. On April 3 we deep cleaned our condo. Bathroom, showers, floors, counters, laundry, everything. My dad’s surgery was a success! I have a video of him slowly walking around just after they shaved down part of his spine. The doctors expect a full recovery.
Breakfast: French Toast and coffee
Lunch: Tortellini with cheese and marinara.
Dinner: We do not know yet.
Right now, at this moment, Seven is yammering to someone on his video game as thunder crashes outside the condo. Today has been busy, but it has been a very good day. I’ll keep you posted if I get my contracts. Or rather, I’ll keep my future self posted because I doubt anyone reads this anyway!
I set my accounts to automatically invest in the stocks that I want to buy on the way down. I am tired of watching and reading depressing news, so hopefully this automation will let me fill my days with productivity instead of mindlessly reading Facebook and shaking my head at the fear-spreading monkeys. We have decided to wait on Spanish until after the quarantine is over, instead we will resume or French from a year ago, or rather start over. I’ll keep you posted on that progress as well. I hope you all are staying safe and having the best Q you can have. It took me a while to snap out of my anger and sadness and channel that emotion to something more productive. Believe me, if I can do it, so can you. I’ll check in later. Restrictions were placed in 1918 and 1942 and we all bounced back, we, too, will bounce back from this.