Am I the only one feeling guilty for savouring self-isolation?
Of course, for me this isn't isolation at all, as I have my family around me; no loneliness.
My life has always centered around my kitchen where I care for loved ones by creating meals, which takes lots of time.
For physical exercise and sunshine, I step outside into my garden where I can move stuff from one place to another in my wheelbarrow, dig weeds and mow lawns.
Then there's my lounge room where I keep the fire burning and flake it on the couch with my three teens and my husband.
With those things, plus all the cleaning-up after everyone and housework, I could stay busy forever, or at least until they all grow-up and move out - even then I think my husband would try to fill the void for me.
As we still have a whole cupboard full of craft options from when the girls were little, we've got papercraft, paint and projects galore ... even jigsaw puzzles.
I've got enough patterns and fabric to sew a whole new wardrobe of clothes!
Of course, as this is 2020, my daughters are overpoweringly drawn to the delightful distractions of their brain-draining devices.
Screen time restrictions are a struggle for every parent, as the pretty colours and entertaining content of the destructively diverting devices are as addictive as the pokies.
Many youngsters may need to go cold turkey for six weeks to reset their brains on the other side of this virus.
One of my girls has been bingeing on make-up and skin care tutorials and tips, and who am I to reject her request to help and play client?
It's not so tough to be pampered. A peel-off face mask last night, hair mask and much needed uplifting facial massage tonight.
Many more firsts to come, but this week I attended a church prayer meeting from home, we even went into break-out rooms of threes and fours to pray for our nation, then rejoined the main group. In pyjamas, I sneakily caught up with my mum's group - nothing illegal - we used Zoom to connect and compare notes on how we're coping.
We're coping. I hope you've been happily hopping around home too.
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