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Scott Rushing
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COVID-19

How is everyone doing?   hopefully you are all well.   We are working from home for the next month or so.  Had to setup a home office ... But we're all safe for now.   Hope everyone is doing well

Aimee
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Same here...my last day in

Same here...my last day in the office was 3/13 so I've been home for a month. The last interaction we had with anyone outside the house was Saturday 3/14, we went to a friend's house for dinner (they were already somewhat infection conscious). Michael is going to the supermarket for me once a week (fabric mask/gloves). Have tried to get some things delivered but grocery delivery is next to impossible. I've only been able to get a few "dry goods" types of items via Staples or Target. Cat food via Amazon. Our company is still in business, our installers have some construction sites that are allowed to remain open so we have limited work. Our Operations Mgr goes in to the office a couple of times a week (mail, bills, receive shipments), but nobody else is allowed in.

It's not how...it's how many

DON
Wife is working from home

My wife had the last two weeks of March off and then the company closed the office when she was due to go back to work. Instead of going to work, she went in and picked up her computer and twin monitor set-up and she has been working from home since the first of April. The other day she got an email saying the company would not open the office until at LEAST the second week of Augest at the earliest. Kind of nice to haave her home all day and for her not to have to drive to work all week. Saving lots of money of GAS for the car as well. I got an early start on my garden this year with LOTS of nice big tomatoe plants for a summer of red and yellow fruit this year. Got some flowers on a few plants at the end of April, so should have tomatoes to pick way early this year. I'm hoping for mid June or earlier for the first ripe cherry tomatoes. Been reading a lot of E- Books since we can't go to the liberary to get real books these days. Been watching some movies on DVD that my wife has been stocking up on every year for Christmas for about 8 years now. Watched Flash Dance and Coyote Ugly and Sneakers over the weekend

Might have to set up my driving net in the back yard again soon to work off the RUST with ZERO range time for the last few months. Some of the local golf courses are back open again so I might see if I can get out and hit a bucket of balls sometime soon. Assuming I remember HOW to swing a club. Might be ugly but it should be fun at least. 

Don

Putting is easy if you have the Right Putter.

Aimee
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here in NJ

Our company actually "re-opened" our two offices this Monday. With the caveat that if you feel like you want to keep working at home and can do so, you can continue. Our main office has people in much tighter proximity so they are going to have to work on alternating days to keep the spacing appropriate. Mandatory masks when in the office. My office is better in that there are only two areas where people sit in shared spaces/close together (most of us have a private office). Couple of those people have childcare issues so they have to work from home anyhow. I plan to go in once a week.

The only COVID project I tackled was I made bagels...with all of the extra time for cooking (so much cooking...I'm sick of it) I made a batch of whole wheat bagels and they were pretty good. Probably will make more this weekend (it takes two days since you let the dough rest overnight)...it is actually very easy. Resisting the urge to make sweets like brownies, etc. No COVID 19 (lbs) in this house!

Since the gym closed in March and the golf courses had been closed until a couple of weeks ago, Michael and I have been taking long, brisk walks around the neighborhood for exercise. Probably doing around 10 miles a week, if weather allows.

It's not how...it's how many