The Governor of California has mandated that all the old folks–60 and above–isolate themselves, meaning stay home. Well, I will stay home most of the time, but I’m never isolated because my house is full of people: my husband, granddaughter, husband, their 3 little girls, and daughter-in-law who lives next-door and is here everyday off and on. And when my son is off work–he works M-T away–he’s here off and on.
I really need to go shopping, but guess I’m not supposed to. Will see about ordering on line.
Our church has not closed its doors, and I went yesterday and will go again next Sunday. It’s a small church, we had about 25 to 30 in attendance.
My writers group is still meeting once a week and I’m going to attend.
Along with other writing conferences two I planned to attend have been cancelled.
So what will I be doing? Much of the same things I always do, and I will be writing. This virus can’t stop that activity. Most of the promotion I’ve done lately has been on line, so I’ll still be doing that too.
We can all catch up on our reading too. Isn’t it wonderful that we can transport ourselves all over to new environments without leaving home? The book I’m reading now is set in France.
As for my writing, I’m about 3/4 of the way through my next Deputy Tempe Crabtree mystery. This one is set near where I live, though it is fictionalized, and has some interesting and quirky characters.
So what are you doing during this most unusual time?