3 Things I would have gotten if I had known I was going to be confined in my house for weeks (most likely months 🥴):
1️⃣. The little doxen Alec and I have been thinking of getting for years 🐶🤎 and that would be so fun and heartwarming to have around right now! (Fun fact: my IG explore page is 90% videos of doxen pets playing around and they always put a smile on my face! 🤗)
2️⃣. An extra refrigerator to put in my garage 🤭. The one we have in out kitchen is quite small (half of the one we have in the US) and it would be useful right now to have a bunch of food stored there so we wouldn’t need to shop as often).
3️⃣. More calm and the awareness that, when you don’t know where to go, it’s better to stay exactly where you are🌟. When the Covid-19 outbreak exploded here in Lombardy, on Feb. 21st, Alec and I were supposed to fly to the US in just a week. We started seeing flights being cancelled or denied landing, as well as passengers coming from Italy being quarantined upon arrival🚫✈️. All of a sudden, getting on a plane started feeling very unsettling and we kept going back and forth through our options for a few days, not knowing what to do 🤯. This obviously created a lot of stress. And now that I look back at it, I wonder what the hell were we even thinking⁉️🤔
👉Being at gourd zero and seeing things shut down overnight, we didn’t have much time to prepare for this situation… but I wonder, what are the best decisions YOU made (or would have liked to make) to face this period of quarantine?
✍️Share them in a comment below‼️ I would love to know! 😘 📸 : @dachshund.inc camera