Santa Cruz Shelter in Place 2020: Day 33
On Day 33 of the Shelter in Place here in Santa Cruz, I had do work, of course. Ellia accompanied me in going to the home inspection of a property, which is exciting. I always like to get more details for my clients so that they can make educated and informed decisions. Later her and I also went over to the FedEx over on 41st Ave. And they are operating magnificently. They have two people allowed in the store at a time. They wipe everything down in between each individual use. They have a bucket for clean pens, and a bucket for dirty pens. Thank you for your services. You did an amazing job and I felt very safe going in there to ship off an order of masks that Ellia has completed. If you are in need of face masks for you and your family, let me know. I’ll put an order in with Ellia.
Later on, Ellia and I went to our friend’s, Anne and Chris’, house in order to get bread, flour, and a starter. Anne typed out instructions for us, and even gave us a little demonstration, so that we could attempt making bread on our own! Our goal was to make Anne proud, and of course, have some tasty bread. And I’m happy to announce that it turned out beautifully. Ellia said that it was the best bread that we’ve ever made! Thanks, Anne for all the help! What have you been doing to keep busy during this time? Have you learned any new skills?
Stay tuned for Day 34 of Sheltering in Place here in Santa Cruz!
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If you are currently wondering what the Santa Cruz Housing Market is doing during the Coronavirus Pandemic, feel free to reach out to me. I’d be happy to answer any questions that you may have. But on March 28th, President Trump updated the essential business list and added Residential Real Estate. Meaning, that Realtors are allowed to continue working, while exercising extreme precautions, as mandated by the CDC.
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