Hi. How are you and your loved ones doing? Everyone safe and healthy? I hope everyone is illness free and has plenty of TP. 🙂
|Don’t remember where I found this at|
The Stay at Home order isn’t really affecting me too much. We work from home anyways, so its actually making us work more. I enjoy my house and my bed and I even signed up for Amazon Prime so I can watch more then what is on Netflix. We can’t go out to eat in restaurants and we can’t thrift store shop. I know, I know #FirstWorldProblems But I am thankful that I am in a relationship where I enjoy being around the person I am in a relationship with.
|From a Buzzfeed post a bit ago|
I have been ordering a Doordash or 2 a week. Doordash is a good thing and yet a bad thing. I can scroll and scroll and think about food, and even order it. It caters to this Taurus a little too well. I enjoy being at home, I like to eat, and I can make sure I tip the driver and make sure the restaurants can keep the lights on. I like to think of it as good karma.
Plus I can order DoorDash instead of suffering through another Bulletproof Cold Brew (It gave me a bad gut ache after drinking it)
If the coffee wasn’t $0.99 at Grocery Outlet, I wouldn’t have bought it. But for $0.99 it was worth the try. I bought 3 and gonna give the other 2 away because I didn’t like how my stomach cramped up after drinking it. Bleh! It sucked.
Also Idaho had an earthquake last week. Did you feel it? It was raining all day. I was at the stove cooking and there was a noise. I thought it was hail hitting the roof. The other half and I looked at each other and went to the glass patio sliding door and then we felt it. The feeling of the rocking and the sway. OMG is this an earthquake? It was less then 30 seconds, but dramatic. I felt and heard one aftershock shortly after but nothing since. We had one box shimmy off the top of a bookcase but no damage.
Now I know that we did not do what we were suppose to do during an earthquake. My neighbors ran outside and no, you are not suppose to do that. You gotta hide under a sturdy piece of furniture – a table or desk. If it was longer, I would have darted under the kitchen table for sure. I was thinking about it but then the movement stopped. Idaho did have another big earthquake in the early 80’s, I remember something about it, but I don’t know if I am confusing that vague memory with Mt. St. Helen’s blowing around the same time too.
I was up way too late that night, I was so keyed up and I was on the phone with my BFF until about 1am. I think I slept in until 11am the next morning. lol
How are you doing? Are you and your loved ones well? Have you ever been in an earthquake?