Good morning sunshine, a fine day is in the air. With a cup of hot tea a short walk through the community garden to the chickens. They can’t wait for food and company. Audrey, always stylish in black with a white box hat, controls the flock.
Enkelin Tessa loves Ruby and, of course, we stay 6ft apart. Oma with mask and gloves and wipes. On the way back we pick some greens – kale, mache, beets – from my piece of the garden for lunch and dinner.
After catching up with nothing but depressing news a bit of brain exercise – the MINI crossword puzzle. Then a late morning walk to my favorite place, the water reservoir with splendid views of the wetland projects at Hamilton. I made 5,437 steps, not quite enough, but beautiful steps.
My afternoon activities: reading and napping, practicing 5 easy pieces on the piano – always Bach – writing in my favorite place, the kitchen – and cooking dinner.
A spectacular sunset by the playground that was taped off limits. But life goes on while we are all sheltered in place. Nieta Ella (she goes to a Spanish school) turned 7 – a small party without Oma. Daughter Milena got married – no party. But spring has been painting it’s own colorful party and I’m happy to witness it in good health.