Shelter-in-Place Journal, Day 184

The air was so much better yesterday that the JCC was able to plan to reopen this morning; our trainer texted us last night to offer us an 8am spot, which we took. On our short drive to the JCC, Diane asked if what she was seeing on the windshield was rain – and it was! We got hit by occasional droplets while we were working out, too. I didn’t know how to react!

The rain didn’t last, but the breathable air did, for which I am grateful.

I finished 2009’s photos today; it feels like quite an accomplishment! Only 11 years to go!

And because I’m a very careful and thoughtful person, I’ve already installed iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 on my iPhone and iPad, and I’ll install WatchOS 7 overnight.

I moved all the apps I don’t actively access daily to the App Library (and even got rid of a few apps that I just don’t use), but I haven’t yet figured out how to take advantage of the widgets that are now available on the iPhone.

I’m down to one Home Screen for the first time since the App Store opened; I’m sure it won’t last, but it looks good for now.