A sleepless Night

Yesterday was met with only 2 hours of sleep. We’d planned a trip to Washington DC, and was worried about hubby traveling with this Pandemic Virus going on. He has COPD and lost the top left lung to cancer a few years ago. This year alone he has had pneumonia twice and that is with the pneumonia shots. With this said what did I do? I made about 5 pounds of Peanutbrittle, cleaned the sewing room and made labels for my 4 quilts I just finished the bindings on. I understand the seriousness of this virus, but I was blowing things up in my mind. We’ve postponed our trip (nice to be retired), and I got things accomplished.

Today we hit the grocery store to get a few things and had to laugh some. Toilet paper shelf EMPTY, Bread EMPTY, Sodas EMPTY. Then I started taking a few photos.

Forget the fresh and stock up on frozen.

Meat dept not too many choices.

We had to laugh at this because our town has 0 cases of the virus so far. My philosophy is to laugh at things you can’t control otherwise I would be crying or a basket case.

On a serious note, please use your common sense when getting out and around, and keep an eye out for your neighbor.

I am glad to have a clean and organized sewing room to start a new project in. I have a list and so proud to say only about 5 UFO’s. Have a great day and laugh.

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We are a multi generation team. We create different things and a lot of times we have fun creating with 3 generations of people. That is how we came up with our name because as you will see we are "One Creative Family". Please feel free to join us :)

14 thoughts on “A sleepless Night

  1. We are in western Washington which is basically ground zero for the virus in the US. Our stocking up is done, but our shelves are curiously not as empty as yours. We cancelled a late March trip as well and very glad we did. Take care!

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      1. We still have school, but all sports, plays, large meetings, cancelled. My daughter’s church is closed due to 1 possible person came in contact with someone who may have the virus.

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