5. Distance learning: good. The Catholic school did not cancel, and my second grader lost his mind midafternoon, which required me to snuggle with him and help him plan out his “choice” activities. One of those ended up being sidewalk chalk, which turned into a family event.
Bonus: the Liturgical Composers’ Forum, of which I am a member, is launching an initiative to support the composers who have lost their jobs in this economic mess. They give so much to us by facilitating our sung worship; I hope those of us who still have income can give something back.
(Part two continues here…)
(Linking up with 7 Quick Takes at This Ain’t the Lyceum…)
My husband is a high school teacher, so we’ve been experiencing it from the other end. It’s been…interesting.
I think it must be hard for teachers b/c you’re dealing with it on both ends.
I don’t know where to share this but I just spent the better part of 40 days following Living Out Lent Today, my church subscribes to this each year. Since churches are shuttered this was one of my links to Lent and Holy Week. Thank you.