Top o’ the Morning to Ya!

It’s Sunday morning, we have, of course, no where to go. I’m pretending to sleep in when Jane shows up to “snuggle” (i.e. asks three thousand questions and demands one million items). After a long three minutes of such talk I caved and threw my phone at her in self defense so that she could check out every filter on all the platforms my phone can offer.

The end result was this picture.

I quite like it and I’m saving it because I think it will come in handy for handling the current most common questions I get.

“How’re things going?” – see above picture.

“How’s that homeschooling thing?” – note how I can no longer smile a real smile.

“How are the kids handling it?” – check out that kids face and then you tell me.

“What’s it like with the kids home all the time?” – please note how I no longer even have enough personal space for my entire face.

Top o’ the morning to ya! I hope you and yours are safe and healthy and that in the process of staying that way you still have enough elbow room of your own to see out of both eyes!

I’m participating in the April Squares challenge over atΒ The Life of B come check it out!

10 comments on “Top o’ the Morning to Ya!

  1. petespringerauthor says:

    I’m a retired teacher, and I can’t think of a much more challenging situation than this for teachers, children, and parents. I live in California, and schools are now closed for the remainder of the school year.

    I read a sad article in my paper today about how domestic violence has taken a rise since the stay-at-home orders now exist in nearly all the states.

    • Jessie says:

      I’m grateful that my biggest problem is lack of personal space… and that my children want to go to back to school now, some of them for the first time ever! πŸ™‚

  2. I can relate to this square completely!

  3. jenanita01 says:

    This could well be a dangerous situation, for most of are unprepared for the utter mayhem that ensues when our children are confined to barracks!

  4. BeckyB says:

    Sending loads of hugs and patience – fabulous pic πŸ˜€

  5. Dani Heart says:

    Hang in there. πŸ™‚

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