It's Kasia today. While Matt is washing up dishes (which, I had to admit after a while, he got very good at, to the extent that I let him do it regularly now), I wanted to share another fun activity I recently came up with.
About a week ago or so (who counts days anymore anyway?) I woke up with a strong urge to go shopping for large amounts of food. Yes, guilty as charged, we have 5 packs of whole wheat pasta at home despite Angela Merkel announcing on TV today that this is not what solidarity means. Won’t do it anymore, Frau Kanzlerin! It was an impulse.
Anyway, while shopping I had the brilliant and, I think I am not exaggerating if I say, altruistic idea of buying several dark chocolate bars and when home, hiding one of them for “dark times of need”. Matt is a chocolate-eating machine and I thought, I can save a whole day of pandemic strife if I will miraculously pull a chocolate out of a secret place.
So, there it is, the tip of the day: hide delicious stuff and reveal it when the mood darkens. Maybe your co-habitants just find it and they will be delighted. It works!
If only I hadn't forgotten where I put it this time. But this doesn’t have to be your story.
There is no image today because I can’t find the chocolate.
Kasia & Matt
Pandememe: Be careful with your zoom backgrounds, people.