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TTMT #71 Short Check In

6 thoughts on “TTMT #71 Short Check In

  1. It’s good to see you Sarah! Love the little bag you made. I think all the educators/families are still trying to figure things out so don’t despair. We’re all in this together. Stay healthy!


  2. My heart goes out to you and to Rich. The world is awfully scary right now. I’m thinking good thoughts for you and for all of your family. Keep using up that yarn and enjoy your baseball! ♥


  3. I feel for you and Rich. Tim is freaking out too. He worries about us getting the virus and the possibility of the kids not being able to work and gets very depressed. Of course I worry a bit too, but I’m more of a tackle things one day at a time kinda gal.

    I think many educators and school kids are pretty concerned, overwhelmed and discombobulated right now. I hope they can get sorted out fairly quickly.

    I really like the little bag.



  4. My husband wasn’t worried at all until this past weekend when he started reading more and more first-hand accounts of people who have had it. I just started working from home, but he’s in construction, which is one of the exemptions to our stay at home order. So for now he is still working. We’re just taking this one day at a time, that’s all we can do. Focus on the things that are within your control and the rest just has to happen as it happens, right?

    Hang in there, and keep on crafting! You have inspired me to dig out one of my crochet ufos, I have a couple right now.I need to work on that tonight after I clock out from work.


  5. Good to see you. Waving like a crazy chic from Katy!

    I don’t blame him. This is an incredibly scary situation. We have done have anything to compare it with in our lives. Bob and I were talking this morning about the sheer number of times both of us have woken up in a completely panic this week. We are doing everything we can to stay safe but it’s still scary.

    The school situation is so difficult for teachers and families a like. I’m grateful my kids are older. They boys are adults and can work through the process of classes being online. My daughter thankfully has had a smooth transition so far. The school did a good job here of making week one a very light load but more focus on how it’s gonna work with technology, zoom meetings, online submissions of work, etc. The situation would have been far harder when they were younger. I have 3 kids with radically different learning needs. I would have been so overwhelmed. I hope the go gentle on themselves as the adjust.

    Take care and stay safe!

    PS I like the colors


  6. The bag looks like a fun way to use up various bits… love a scrappy project.

    I’m sorry Rich is struggling, and your grandkids with school. I hope things have settled a little in the weeks since then… it’s such a tough time for everyone.


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