This is week #2 of being sequestered inside the house, to help stop the spread of coronavirus.
Granted, there is plenty to do so that boredom never has to be a visitor.
The treadmill is ready for use if anyone can get up the desire to walk on it.
Meals take on a little more importance than usual and thoughts of wishing someone else could cook them are plentiful.
Thank goodness for little things, like finding in the attic the plastic bin that houses bunnies, sheep, and a few chicks.
They have taken up residence on a downstairs bathroom counter.
They definitely bring smiles.
One little sheep has a heartbeat when her chest is pushed.
Then, she says, "I need a cuddle."
That one got sent home with my son-in-law.
I told him to tell the grandkids the little sheep was "Grammie."
Boy, that message has never been more true.
WHAT IS ONE THING, NO MATTER HOW SMALL, YOU CAN DO FOR FUN TODAY?