#COVIDchaos week 11

Monday, May 18

More outside time on the deck… BFF’s.

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Tuesday, May 19
On Tuesday, Governor Kelly eased restrictions a bit more, allowing museums, bowling alleys, movie theaters, casinos, arcades and trampoline parks to open.

You can now meet in groups of 15 and organized sports are allowed. Health clubs can restart group exercise classes, as long as it’s limited to 15 people.

Bars, nightclubs and swimming pools remain closed.

Wednesday, May 20
Wednesday, was the Last Day of School! Since class has not been in session at the physical building, the last day of school seemed like every other day we’ve had since March 16. πŸ˜•. I did manage to convince the boys to pose for the annual last day of school photo.

Class of 2022 and 2021!

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We watched Avenger’s Endgame. One more Marvel to go and then we’ve watched all 21 of them in chronological order. #priorities

Thursday, May 21
We talked to Grammy (it was her birthday) and Zoomed with the Hilgers. I finally got a decent screen shot.

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Friday, May 22
Another round of disc golf again. We got notice that summer high school soccer will begin June 1. No scrimmages will be allowed, but the boys can train and condition.

It’s Memorial Day weekend, and we figured the parks would be packed, so we mainly hung out at home. Plus, the only other park close by that we have not visited indicated their trails were closed because they were too muddy.

Saturday, May 23
I went to Starbucks for the first time in 72 days! You can’t “dine in” only use the drive thru. Even mobile orders must be picked up through the drive thru.

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Adam has applied for a job at Ziggy’s (a local pizza place) and Zach applied this weekend to Sonic.

Sunday, May 24
Oma and Papa came over for dinner. We grilled fillets, ribeye steaks, chicken, pork chops and shrimp. We also had roasted vegetables, fruit and rolls.

On Sunday, there were 5.4 million cases worldwide, 1.68 million cases in the U.S., 8,958 in Kansas and 523 in Sedgwick County. About 100,000 people have died in the U.S.

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