Before the quarantine, a typical Sunday was: sleep in until about 8:30 or 9:00 (me, Paul is up much earlier) relax on the couch with a cup of coffee and watch an episode of Flea Market Flip (same routine as Saturday but on Saturdays I usually watch either Fixer Upper or Flip or Flop), then get ready for church and go, if we're going, which we typically do about 1-2 Sundays per month, then lunch, miscellaneous stuff around the house, maybe walk Kona, grocery shop, dinner, TV or maybe family game night, read (me), bed.
Nowadays it's pretty much the same except we obviously don't go to church, but we have consistently watched it online every week. And I sometimes do the grocery shopping on Thursday or Friday evenings, so I don't always have to do that on Sundays anymore. And since the girls aren't needing me to drive them places, I have more time to do projects like organizing, scrapbooking, etc.
Coffee and Flea Market Flip
last week watching on the computer and then
this week finally figuring out how to watch it on the TV
I walked while Kayley rode her skateboard around the neighborhood
(she wasn't always in the middle of the road)
Then I finally watched La La Land and later Dance Moms while I braided Kayley's hair. I also managed to purge some drawers.
Our governor extended the stay-at-home order until May 31st (it was set to expire on the 4th) but even then things will be opening in phases. I look forward to being able to go to restaurants and stores again (besides take-out and the grocery store).