If you're stuck at home, what are u doing to pass the time?

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Lanolin

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hooray today I get to go back to my library to pick up ....more books so I can stay home another two weeks.
 

Kojikun

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#82
I should probably sort the rest of my books at home.
 

oldethennew

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#83
doesn't it just tickle you to the bones when you get another's sense of humour???
no really, it's (heart-warming) to say the least...hugs...
:):)
 

Kojikun

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doesn't it just tickle you to the bones when you get another's sense of humour???
no really, it's (heart-warming) to say the least...hugs...
:):)
Apologies I was rather irritated yesterday. I dont mind jokes *hugs back*
 

oldethennew

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#86
long walks, sitting here playing games, and not much else.
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thanks Greg,
what a blessing to be able to take long walks - so sorry to think about the tens of thousands stuck in 'housing-projects'!!!

hub and I often feel to just fall on our knees in thankfulness and gratitude for our Saviour's sacrificial Blood!!! -
sometimes it's just like tears, and all of our other emotions just don't seem enough to 'tell Him and show Him,
how MUCH we LOVE/Thank HIM for HIS Most Holy Sacrifices!!!
 
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Many people in different states and countries have little choice but to stay home right now, so....

If you're stuck at home, what are you doing to pass the time? ....And if you're not stuck at home, what do you do to pass the time anyway?

I work in my yard n walk my 2 Yorkies a lot. I watch a lot of movies but not a lot of news. I figure it’s all on Facebook anyway....I pray a lot....trying to overcome missing my X. Read Gods word but not as much as I should. Watch a few Pastors on Utube. I like Charles Lawson n others. Read n share a lot of Bible links on Facebook. Watch online church on Sundays. Did get out last Sat n visited friends on the beach. Help my widow gf neighbors when I can n they help me. Work on my deck vegetable garden in pots. Just the basic veggies....still in all I miss having a Mate/Partner.....it’s the pits...😇
 
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I work in my yard n walk my 2 Yorkies a lot. I watch a lot of movies but not a lot of news. I figure it’s all on Facebook anyway....I pray a lot....trying to overcome missing my X. Read Gods word but not as much as I should. Watch a few Pastors on Utube. I like Charles Lawson n others. Read n share a lot of Bible links on Facebook. Watch online church on Sundays. Did get out last Sat n visited friends on the beach. Help my widow gf neighbors when I can n they help me. Work on my deck vegetable garden in pots. Just the basic veggies....still in all I miss having a Mate/Partner.....it’s the pits...😇
I also love Pureflix....
 

Prycejosh1987

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I socialise with different people, its what i love to do.
 
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I think weve seen every movie Pg 13 and under lol.
 

CedarRose

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Been hiking, getting outside to fend off cabin fever, watching podcasts & yt, listening to audiobooks. Been diving into Philosophy and Theology.
 
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I am fortunate to be able to work from home, so I don't have to find too much to do. Early during lockdown, I did do some reorganization but stopped a couple weekends in.....I really want to get back into that routine, but some personal issues got in the way; July hasn't exactly been the best month of this year.

Right now, I am studying for my Series 7 license exam (as in right now if I wasn't typing this).

I also started to make my own bread, got some video gaming in (but surprisingly about the same as I was playing video games before Covid, maybe even less; I buy more games than I play by a large margin), and I bought a guitar (twenty-two years later might be the charm...and great, now I feel old).
 

AndyMaleh

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Who said I'm stuck at home? I'm not at all. It's been business as usual for me since the Coronavirus outbreak started. I've been going out whenever shops were open, even going to bars. I ain't afraid of Coronavirus. If my time comes to pass, nothing in the world can stop God's decision to take me. So, I may as well enjoy my life while it lasts. I live every day like it's my last (have been for many years.. as a snowboarder, longboarder, and extreme sports enthusiast) and as such my life is never boring.
 

Kojikun

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I am fortunate to be able to work from home, so I don't have to find too much to do. Early during lockdown, I did do some reorganization but stopped a couple weekends in.....I really want to get back into that routine, but some personal issues got in the way; July hasn't exactly been the best month of this year.

Right now, I am studying for my Series 7 license exam (as in right now if I wasn't typing this).

I also started to make my own bread, got some video gaming in (but surprisingly about the same as I was playing video games before Covid, maybe even less; I buy more games than I play by a large margin), and I bought a guitar (twenty-two years later might be the charm...and great, now I feel old).
What games?
 

Kojikun

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I've been reading lately. I'm also thinking of the church I'm going to join when this stuff starts to calm down. I live in a small town but there are alot of churches to choose from.
 

Lanolin

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are most of you STILL in lockdowns?

Just wondering. In NZ only overseas travellers have been in 14 day quarantines to stop virus spread. Not many people are choosing to travel at all now. But the airlines have had to step up border security, as they should. and travellers are now going to have to pay for their own managed quarantine, as it costing quite a bit.
 

Lanolin

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huh we back in lockdown again. Apparently virus has come in via america cold storage. Like the frozen food. what the...?? whoever invented tv dinners..
 

Camess

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I've been sewing, painting, babysitting, cooking, cleaning, reading, playing guitar, working outside, eating, sleeping...
Pretty much no different than before 😁
Plus I work at a cafeteria so, I'm essential lol!
 

kinda

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Applying for jobs, this thing is hitting me in the pocket book, like with many others.

Online a lot, here, and facebook. I am spending more time, seeking Him. I have seen with this whole thing where I was not putting Him first. I have been shook to get back on my knees.

Thank You Jesus.
You and I both. I have a few job leads, but nothing concrete quite yet. God's will!

Doing some biking and trying to stay positive.

What helps is.....Think about all the times God got you through the past difficulties, so if HE can get you through past, HE can get you through the future.