COVID-19 Hunker-down Log. Stardate 43934.29

Combating boredom. Hunkering-down is far more tolerable when you have a snow storm blanketing your town. Here in Colorado, we normally hunker-down in these storms anyway, so knowing that it’s a typical spring day here in the foothills we can just pretend that everything is normal at the moment. Rationalizing ones situation is also part of the equation.

Supply status. Trudy made a supply run yesterday. We are in pretty good shape but needed to top off a few things. As usual, the shelves were empty of toilet paper and paper towels, but we’ve got enough to last us for a while. Still, keeping the nacho supplies plentiful is a priority. As is regular food and stuff. We’re eating good in the neighborhood right now. When the famine begins, we’ll reevaluate.

Camera battery. I recharged all the camera batteries. Not much else to do. Besides, watching those little yellow lights blink on the charger is now qualifying as excitement.

Laundry status. We’ve been saving a ton of money on laundry detergent. We only wash clothes when the dogs begin avoiding us because we smell too bad.

Happy thought inventory. With all the snow, we’re pretending it’s New Years and that everything is normal with the world. We have a bright future ahead of us.

The hunkering down continues, extra hunkering is in effect.

Still alive and well here in Denver.