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Captain's Log

Captain's log, date unknown. Days and quarantine, unknown. All I know is even the cat is ready for me to get back to work. 
I've been working from my home office now for almost a month and I am overall pretty happy with the setup. Lawn painting the temptation to take naps is a little overwhelming. And yes, I am considered an essential worker, but my boss is requested that I do not travel outside of my house. 
I managed to only be required to go to the grocery store once a week for fresh fruits and vegetables. My travel only requires me to be in the store for 20 minutes or less. I have this down to a science with my trusty disinfectant wipes in hand. Unlike our commander-in-chief, I believe in science.


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