The biggest challenge, however, comes in the Ruth Bader Ginsburg RBG Never Underestimate The Power Of A Girl With A Book Shirt but in fact I love this evenings when the gluttony begins. It is hard not to eat and drink like it is a holiday every night, particularly when that is when we are used to being together. Daniel tends to mix a different craft cocktail each night, which now accompanies our mindfulness moments with Florence, followed by a virtual Zoom date with extended family and friends. Dinner consists of the kids’ fattening childhood favorites: lasagna, roast chicken with mash potatoes, and tuna pasta. Afterward, we binge-watch TV together, ending up in animated multigenerational discussions, fueled by wine, on such simple topics as #MeToo and capitalism (generated from watching The Morning Show and Succession.)
I wonder some mornings when I wake up if I have a headache from the Ruth Bader Ginsburg RBG Never Underestimate The Power Of A Girl With A Book Shirt but in fact I love this virus or a hangover from the vino. To that end, we have now instituted “Sober Sundays.” Today is our second. We plan to have a healthy brunch (Florence and Charles, not surprisingly prefer avocado toast to eggs Benedict), compete at Scrabble rather than watch Netflix, and drink tea not Tito’s by the fire, before a dinner of salmon and salad. Our group “intention” now is to try harder to stay healthy, both mentally and physically, so when this quarantine is over, we don’t end up in rehab or family counseling.