Who needs groundhogs when there’s this adorable project that photographs squirrels in the snow? These flowers are surely a reminder that after the snow comes springtime!
One of my cats, Ursula K. Le Guin (goes by Urs), checking on you.
Are you drinking some water? Did you have a snack recently?
So far our comforting content is mostly animal, whether real, drawn, folded, or crafted otherwise.
Anyone making or dreaming of any comforting food*? Especially but not limited to students in Hospitality Management! Share your pictures here–posts on this site are mostly pictures with a few sentences, so they probably won’t take too long to create. Save that time for more comfort food!
Or save that time for saying more! If you want to write a longer post, consider contributing to The Buzz, an OpenLab project for student voices. Find instructions, and read and comment on other students’ contributions.
*your comforting food does not need to resemble an animal!
My wife and I enjoy sending and receiving postcards with people all around the world on Postcrossing. Last week, a fellow Postcrosser in Hong Kong sent us a postcard with these two very tiny origami cranes hidden under a strip of washi tape.
COVID-19 can be dangerous for our feline friends, too. Remember to practice social distancing.
Squirrels really know how to hang in there…
Kamonohashikamo is a cute platypus who enjoys eating melon bread. What do you enjoy eating during the lock down?