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  • Hello, Jen?

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah.

  • Ellen, Hi.

  • What do you do?

  • What?

  • What are you doing?

  • Well, not much different.

  • Last time.

  • Minutes ago?

  • No.

  • Okay.

  • Well, I just wouldn't Maybe I thought you started new project or something.

  • No, no, I'm actually still still so okay.

  • Still happening.

  • Yeah.

  • How about you?

  • Do you have, uh, the The table wasn't big enough.

  • I had to get rid of it.

  • I mean, I really had good intentions, but the table was too small, so I had to get rid of it.

  • And, uh, you know, I'm of course, doing my magic, and, uh, you know, there's other things.

  • I'm keeping busy.

  • I've read a book this morning.

  • Yeah, Yeah.

  • I read a book to kids this morning, and, um yeah, what else?

  • What else are you doing?

  • We have to give people ideas.

  • Um, I do to suggest a good spring clean.

  • Yeah.

  • I can't hurt.

  • Looks great.

  • Ms.

  • Lee, you know there's the floor.

  • You could put your let's talk about something else, so yeah.

  • No.

  • Yeah.

  • Courtney, Courtney suggested that too.

  • We have We have four dogs and two cats.

  • There's no way I could do a puzzle on the floor.

  • It's not possible.

  • Okay.

  • Yeah.

  • All right.

  • Well, I'll call you in 30 minutes and see what you're doing.

  • Okay?

  • Love you.

  • Here.

  • All right.

  • Bye bye.

  • She's not doing much anymore.

  • She touch anyway.

  • James, what's going on?

  • I'm good.

  • I'm good.

  • I I I'm feeling, uh I work.

  • You feel better, And, uh, here.

  • Well, you just you start with starting, get on a machine of any sort, like a blender, anything any kind of machine and on and then it gets you It gets you in the mood.

  • Well, yeah, That's what I'm saying.

  • You don't have.

  • I don't want to assume everybody has a treadmill, but any kind of machine you have.

  • What do you have there?

  • Well, we did.

  • Morning.

  • I just started my that way.

  • I needed to get more of a routine with the kids.

  • Wait.

  • Good.

  • Right.

  • We have we got up.

  • We just walked around three blocks about neighborhood, just like now.

  • One shot.

  • It was kind of beautiful.

  • And it was raining.

  • No, would be.

  • You know, I'm asking myself with running away in the rain, but bankers are actually made.

  • It may be better, you know?

  • Yeah, sure.

  • And you know what?

  • That's the thing we have to look for ways for, for, you know, silver linings and all this.

  • And it's if the family is together and taking a walk together, which I mean, how often would you do that?

  • That's I think that's the beautiful thing.

  • We have to find a new normal and find something to do with our time and exercise.

  • And walking around us is a great thing to do.

  • That's no.

  • You know, I'd be about when I think About what?

  • My professional When my food.

  • You know, you really don't know what the world is gonna look like when it comes back, and then much You can try and find it.

  • You can just go in.

  • I don't know.

  • Yeah, yeah, yeah.

  • I get you out of there.

  • Yeah.

  • I'm hearing that from every parent that they don't know as much as they think they know or or Yeah, but listen, yeah, no, I was just gonna say, you know, it's it's actually what everybody's feeling.

  • I think you know, you feel like one day you are okay.

  • And then you you see stuff that's going on on the news and you get scared again.

  • And, um and this is an unknown and for all of us.

  • And so I think it's important that we all find ways to stay positive and hopeful and not let anxiety and fear eat us up because it's Ah, it's a tough time.

  • Yeah, you too.

  • I mean, either no, but at least at least you have kids.

  • So at least at the end of all this, you'll learn Long division coming today.

  • No, nothing.

  • I got you what you know, happening.

  • They are that, Yeah, yeah, Come out that way I can feel it.

  • You know that down.

  • What you want being street, you know, it's reading.

  • Reading?

  • Yeah, well, it's also, I mean, it's it's, there's there's a lot of learning patients in all of this with, you know, in every area, and not just with your kids, but just patience and sitting still, which nobody is used to.

  • We're all used to going and going and and being busy all the time and stimulated.

  • And this is, uh, it's a reset button for everybody.

  • Listen, I don't want to talk too long because I want to post this because it's all good.

  • And people will be happy to know that everybody is feeling the same thing.

  • But, uh, I think we have some good ideas and, uh, take a walk if you can.

  • If you're if you're lucky enough to be able to go out and take a walk, take a walk with your family.

  • And I hope this makes everybody be a little gentle, a little more gentle and kind to one another.

  • Really?

  • Oh, it's, uh it's, uh yeah, it's coming.

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah, I did.

  • It was 4000 pieces, and it was ridiculous, and it was too big.

  • And so it's been donated to somebody else who was gonna do it anyway.

  • I love you and love to the family.

  • Take care of yourself.

  • All right.

  • Bye.

Hello, Jen?

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