What Have We Learned, Children?

Y’all. I am so happy that school is back in session. With fall in progress, my homebound podlings spend the weekdays in their own virtual learning spaces and busy silence has once again descended upon our abode. I applaud the teachers everyday for their hard work, which allows me to remain focused on my own 9-to-5. My babies have already been taught how to wash their clothes and how to unload the dishwasher this summer, so I clearly have nothing left to teach them.

I also taught them about the Stalk Market because I’m a good parent.
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Isolated Rambling

Captain’s Log, Isolation Day 156. The crew of Starship “No, I’m Zelda” is puttering along just fine. There have been a lot of changes to our routine this summer, even in just the last month. Creative productivity has been at an all time high, while functional productivity has been stagnant. We are going to perish under this mountain of unfolded laundry, but we’re going to look 16th century fabulous when it happens. End log.

Behind the camera was a pile of yard waste.
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