Santa Cruz Shelter in Place 2020: Day 19
Day 19 of the Shelter in Place Ordinance here in Santa Cruz was filled with so much love. Not only did I find chocolate from Lacie, so now Ellia doesn’t have to eat decorating chocolate anymore to satisfy her craving, but I was also sent some Toilet Paper from my Aunt Jeannie, and was also sent seeds from my Mom and Dad, so that we can plant a garden. So thank you to everyone who sent me some love mail, it is super appreciated.
I also had to rescue my friend Sarah and David, whose car battery died! Luckily my friends, Jen and Garth, lived down the street and were able to help us. I miss all my friends dearly, but we kept our distance to follow the rules. It is so weird seeing friends in person, but having to stay at least 6 feet away from them. It’s hard not to just run up and give them a hug.
Have I mentioned how much I love Ellia? My daughter, Ellia, made herself a fort in our living room. Later on, she went in her fort and fell asleep with a face mask, book on her chest, and a diffuser running. She is the cutest. I just love her so much, she is the Quarantine Queen. Just look at her self care!
Stay tuned for Day 20 of the Shelter in Place Ordinance here in Santa Cruz, California!
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Hey, you guys. I was cleaning out the cabinet and organizing and I found one thing of chocolate. Thank you, Lacey. Lacey brought that home from France, and another thing of chocolate. So that’s good, now Ellia doesn’t have to eat decorating chocolate anymore to satisfy her craving. Good morning. Ellia, what are you doing over there? Making a fort. Yeah, but are you putting pins in our window trim? It’s a gross window trim. But you can’t just stick pins, Dad’s gonna be not happy about that. Dad, are you gonna be happy about this? You think Dad’s gonna be happy about that? What’d you just throw on the floor? Yeah there’s a full hole in there. You can’t do that. What else am I gonna use? Well, you can use like something heavy to hold it there. But it’s gonna fall. I love her so much. She has a face mask on. She fell asleep. She has her book on her chest. She has her what is that think called? It blows like good smelling Like lavender air, a diffuser. A diffuser, yeah. And has like her little her that’s like a little chain of pictures that are hung up on the top of her fort. Oh, I just love her. I just got a message from Danny’s Aunt Jeannie. That she left us a gift on the porch. And I think I know what it is. Oh, yep. Look at that. Thank you Jeannie for the TP. We ordered some but it hasn’t arrived yet besides the giant sized rolls that I showed you before. And I’ve never done it before its– Hi Mom and Dad. Hi sweetie. It tastes good though. It’s good, you’re Mom will love it. What did you guys send us? We sent you– Oh, cool, they’re like so individually packed. Yeah. That’s rad. The tiny ones you can put in soil. You can just like a quarter of an inch, dig a little hole with your finger. Yeah, like right straight into the garden? Yeah, because they don’t seem to, they’re too small to sprout in paper. I’m feeling so loved today. This morning, we woke up and Danny’s Aunt Jeannie, dropped off toilet paper that she had bought for us at Costco. Thank you Aunt Jeannie. And in the mailbox we received all the seeds from my mom that she sent to us. So now we’re gonna have a little seed project and start planting the garden. So thank you Momma and Daddy. I love you guys. It’s my friend Sarah and David, and we came to rescue them from six feet. Thank you so much. This is the first time I’m seeing Sarah. I miss you Sarah! Did it work? Yeah. Whoo! And nobody got closer than six feet. We just did our final walkthrough at a property that is supposed to be closing next week. And we followed. First of all, I’m super grateful that I am able to do that. That we’re deemed an essential business and that we’re able to continue to serve our clients. And following the CDC guidelines, my backseat of my car, can you see that? It looks like a hospital/doctor’s office/drug store. Look 409 cleaner, handi-wipes, booties, gloves, paper towels, Lysol spray, a mask, hand sanitizer, door sanitizer. We have it all. Ellia, show me your fort. Oh, my gosh, it’s so cozy in there. Oh, my gosh, do you have a big pillow in there? Yeah. That better come to bed with us.