I am joining Carole and friends today to share three things I stumbled across this week!
Really, how long can the coronavirus live on surfaces and how to clean them! Thank you NPR!
A talking schnauzer to get you through with a smile! (and yes, I am following Pluto on IG!)
Yesterday, The Hidden Brain podcast shared Lessons from the 1918 Flu Pandemic.
I hope that you found these things helpful! Stay HOME, wash your hands, and be well!
Thanks for the helpful information and the smile, Kat! I love The Hidden Brain but hadn’t downloaded this episode. Thanks! 🙂
Thank you, Kat–and NPR! Love The Hidden Brain.
Pluto made me laugh harder than I had in a long time when I came across him last week. People are brilliant. Dogs too. Thanks for the links Kat!
Thanks, Kat! Tom found Pluto the other day. . . now he likes to talk in his Pluto-voice. 🙂
Oh my gosh, Pluto is a delight! I just had a good hearty belly laugh! Thank you for sharing.
Thank you for the great links Kat!!
A great combination of helpful and fun! Thank you!
This is great! The NPR link is so helpful!
Pluto is great and gave me such a laugh! Thanks for all the great links!
Oh goodness Pluto is hilarious. Thanks for sharing some good tips and a hearty laugh.
Love all the Pluto love! A friend forwarded him to me last week. also, “cleaning up after dinner” is now “disinfecting” and whoa, for two people, we seem to be in a lot of places every day.
Thank you for the very helpful links. We can learn a lot from 1918.
Since I own a schnauzer I can vouch for how cool they are! Thanks for the links and stay healthy and well dear one!!
Hope all is well with you and yours. A number of years ago, I read several books about the 1918 pandemic. Quite interesting. I’m off to check out the NPR link about how long the virus lives on surfaces. I need to know.
Our governor finally issued a stay at home order last night (a more positive spin than a shelter in place order). Many people have already been doing this but I guess he decided to make it official as some (younger folks) haven’t been following this guidelines. Thank you for the links!