I’ve been a puppy loving human ever since I can remember. In fact, I don’t ever remember not having a dog!
Last year we said goodbye to my beloved Tony Vienna, after 16 amazing years. He was like my and Kurt’s first child. We were completely heartbroken when he passed away. Our other dog Trevor was also so sad and lonely and still misses Tony so much.
At first, I was hesitant to get another pup as it was just so hard saying goodbye to Tony but after the kids were basically begging us for another dog, we couldn’t resist. Enter Cody!
We have Cody for 6 weeks now and he has brought so much Joy into our home!
Although we can’t spend our weekends with friends and family, I still look forward to the weekends. Weekdays are hectic, while the weekends are now fully for relaxation. Sunday Tea time is something to look forward to and we usually bake something sweet. But this week I’m doing something savoury.
I haven’t had a quiche in ages and have really been craving a slice! I decided to make this simple Rosemary Chicken and Mushroom quiche recipe and it turned out so delicious.
Reading has definitely been a form of escapism for me during this Lockdown. It’s basically the best way to get my mind off the current crazy world we are living in.
I thought I’d share my top 3 lockdown reads thus far, so if you’re looking for a good read to get you through the time at home, read on!
Twenty twenty has been an absolute roller coaster, right? Its been nearly 2 months of Lockdown in South Africa and its unbelievable to think we’ve been confined to our homes for such a long stretch of time and we’re still surviving!
Working from home with the kids has been an experience. Alyssa is officially in week 8 of term 2 and she is still on track with the curriculum thanks to her schools support. Aidan has daily classes with his teachers too which I’m really grateful for.
Kurt and I are both working from home and has been interesting juggling it all.
Some days are complete chaos, but for the most part we are doing it! I keep reminding myself that this is not “normal” and of course things will not be easy. We are in crisis mode, so we just have to do what we can do to the best of our abilities – and that applies to the kids too.