By the time I had time to write yesterday, it was after 11 p.m., so I decided to call it a night.
Yesterday, I was invited to participate in the Indianapolis Recorder’s Virtual Town Hall. I’m excited for this event on Saturday, Aprill 11. To watch, go to facebook.com/IndyRecorder.
I’m excited to share tips for parents and educators, and I hope I say something that will help others get through this COVID-19 pandemic.
Also, in good ‘ole Indiana fashion, tornado sirens went off yesterday. We were under a tornado warning which means you are supposed to take cover. Hearing the “take cover” part on the news caused some stress for my sons. Both my husband and I were each talking to our father’s on our phones when this was happening. Our sons were concerned we weren’t taking it seriously.
This isn’t the first time they have heard sirens, but I think with the pandemic, everything pretty much being shut down, and not being able to see grandparents, the sirens were just one more negative thing.
I was also able to do a livestream with my niece today. She gave some good advice and insight about the pandemic and school closures from the student perspective.
In case you were wondering, from two days ago, he got his free time.
Stay safe, and wash your hands correctly. Tschüss!