Question for people who regularly wear surgical-style masks with glasses: How do you keep your eyes from burning from your breath coming out the top (I have a nose-piece for a pretty-close fit) and your glasses from fogging up??
Hailey’s afternoon walk attire, quarantine-style.
A little bit of homemade lemonade to put some sunshine ️ in our day.
Sometime in mid-March, just as the shelter-in-place order started, our table turned into an origami paper crane factory. One of Rushton’s classmates has been battling HLH since the school year started, and another friend organized an effort to make a shenbazuru. In Japanese tradition, paper cranes symbolize peace and well-being, and folding 1,000 of them makes one wish come true. It turned out beautiful, and we all hope it brightens Alexa’s days!
This gorgeous Chinese lanternTiger Eye Abutilon is in full bloom by the pick-up line at school right now. So sad that we’re not there every day to enjoy it! (But the plant is probably happy that kids aren’t picking at it every day. )
Hailey was invited to a Color Me Mine birthday party where a cute ceramic owl was dropped off on doorsteps and the kids Zoomed while painting together. It turned out really fun!
Since we’ve been staying out of stores, we’ve been trying copycat recipes of some of our favorite things. Rush made some Love Crunch chocolate granola that didn’t exactly hit the mark, but it was good enough. If you have the perfect granola recipe, please share it with me!
Logan did this cute hot air balloon project before school let out (forever) but he wanted to do it again at home. He was so excited to use DARK colors and he mentioned that about 17 times! (The guidelines in class were to use light colors.)