Oh, where to begin? How about, I don't have the 'rona! And, so far, only one of my six employees has tested positive, and she's experienced the very mildest of symptoms. This means that I will not have to shutter my business for fourteen days (fourteen days in the world in which our nonprofit operates would be detrimental in more than just a financial sense; victims of child abuse would not receive the services they desperately need) and that we will not be listed as a breakout site in the local media.
In other good news, while I've been home for the past two days, I have managed to completely deep clean my house. That hadn't happened since I started this job, so, it was long overdue.
Then, just an hour or so ago, I submitted the last FAFSA application that I will ever have to complete. Oh, happy day, happy day!
Oh! And, Mom got here and, now that I don't pose a threat to her physical well-being, I can enjoy her company! Tomorrow, we are going to work on decorating the porch and, if I'm really lucky, Hugh will pull my blow molds out and we will decorate the lawn as well.
Currently, I have a pot of homemade French onion soup bubbling away on the stove top; it smells heavenly and I can't wait to enjoy it with a glass of good wine (white burgundy from France, because, of course!)
It's been a good day after a slew of not very good days, and, for that, I am grateful.