I’m torn, you guys.
Do I make this week’s finds all about resources to deal with our current situation, do I keep it light and fun for the sake of our sanity and brain overload, or do I do a little of both? A little of this and a little of that.
*Theme to Jeopardy plays while I think….*
A little of this and a little of that feels right. We can’t ignore life but we can’t let our present situation drive our entire being.
Hey, I think I just gave a little life lesson! Boom!
In the post I shared yesterday on keeping a positive perspective, I shared a little about my grandmother and her disposition.
Today I want to tell you that my grandfather was well known for his bear hugs – guaranteed to be accompanied by a verbal and warm grunting sound. (The word grunting doesn’t seem to do the sound justice but I can’t think of another way to describe it. Rest assured it was a good sound 🙂 )
So, here’s me sending you a big virtual bear hug if you need it accompanied by a warm and enveloping grunting sound! *Squeeze*
The first thing I am dying to tell you is that I finally started an Instagram account sharing my passion for food and journey with food photography! My husband used to be a photographer and he bought me a small photography light for Christmas. It’s all just for fun!
Follow me here: @food.fun.with.amy
I love everything about this. My mom and both grandmothers were both homemakers and all before them. I have to admit that I love home-keeping. I love my job but I honestly think I could also be happy as a full-time household manager. Cooking, cleaning, organizing…
Helping Special Needs Students Adjust to Online Lessons (Rosemarie Penner | The Unfinished Lesson)
A free 1-minute video improvisation you can send to students to play along with! (Christina Whitlock)
7 Funny Cartoons About Coronavirus Hoarding (The Week)
Podcasts I’m somehow just now discovering but really excited about:
The Literate Musician (Andy Mullen)
A Simple (and Free) Video Supplement to Support Your Online Teaching (Amy Chaplin | Piano Pantry)
Looking to change up your egg routine? This Seven-Minute Egg is absolutely delicious!
This time in Friday Finds History:
This is killing me. Thanks, Starkey Comics for the laugh!