Ways to get something positive out of confinement & social distancing

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coronavirus lockdownThere is a very good chance I lost count of how many days we have been under what feels like home lockdown and social distancing due to COVID-19 pandemic. So many of us are in areas where those that are in charge have implemented a “Stay at home” order, which means do not leave your house unless it is necessary. Never in a million years could I have imagined people are being advised to not go to work, school, or even church due to risks of the spread of COVID-19.

I cannot just sit around the house doing nothing. It is challenging for me to not be unnamed (2)productive or be able to go to the grocery store. Considering how much I detest grocery shopping, I should be thankful for the fact going to the grocery store is not an option for me. I hate being told what I can and…

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  1. You have some great ideas! I keep trying to go through things, but I am easily sidetracked. I try to connect with some of my students and families everyday. I make a list of goals each night, so that maybe I will feel like I accomplished something! I love crafts and books, so there is no shortage of things to do😁

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      • I can’t actually do online schooling because of all the red tape in special education🙁 I am just making connections with my students and families to check on them. I know for my own kids, how important it is to build relationships with people other than family members.
        I enjoy young adult fiction books. The last book I read was “After Zero”, about a young person with selective mutism. How about you?

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      • Oh that makes sense, but that is so sweet you are still making connections with your students and their family. You are a very kind women! I will have to check out the books you enjoy. I love crime stories.There is a brilliant series from James Patterson called The Women’s Murder Club, it is brilliant!

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