Shelter-in-Place Journal, Day Eighty-Three

Every day feels more normal, even though it isn’t.

Diane stayed home and planted scallions that we regrew from roots while I made a fast trip to the Farmers’ Market for fish, strawberries, corn, carrots, and tomatoes (not all of those were on the list when I left the house, but they looked good!).

Then we attended the Shir Hadash Congregational Meeting on Zoom; it went smoothly and was far better attended than the typical in-person meeting. No bagels, though.

I bought the carrots to use in a recipe for Chicken, Broccoli, and Cashew Stir-Fry that we’d cut out of Prevention magazine many years ago and had never made (we have a lot of recipes that we’ve cut out and never made). It came out pretty well and was fairly easy; I’d make it again.

And the weather was very pleasant today – we took a walk soon after lunch, when I would expect it to be far too hot to go out on a normal day in June. I managed to close all three rings on my Apple Watch every day this week, which is more unusual than I’d like.