COVID-19 Self-Quarantine Photos, Week 2

Here’s what I saw and did during my 2nd week of social distancing/quarantine/whatever you’d like to call it. My family and I are all doing well and staying in the house except for grocery and TP runs, walks around the neighborhood, and to hang out on the back patio.

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My bed and one of my bookshelves. I set out to alphabetize my books a few days ago, and although I have still not alphabetized any books, I have moved several pieces of furniture, ordered a dresser online, and moved lots of non-book items around. It’s all part of eventually getting to alphabetization, really, I’m just taking a particularly thorough and roundabout organizational route.
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The sequin fabric I have tacked over my bedroom door. The trim and doors in my bedroom are painted some questionable colors I chose when I was 12, so I’ve covered many of them up.
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Paperclips. I was using these to hold together slips of paper I’d used as an outlining scheme for my novel when I started editing it in 2019. I just got some timeline-making software and was digitizing the outline, hence paperclips. 
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The remnants of my lunch. I’ve taken to eating in my room when I want some privacy.
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A pedestrian passing a gas station in Lexington. I took this out my car window while on my weekly Saturday Scream drive.
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The un-branded front of my car. The insignia fell off some time in its life before it got to me. I kind of like it better this way.
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Periwinkles in the front yard.
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Dried-out hydrangeas in the side yard.
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Soap. I figured if I’m not doing a lot of my normal photography work, I might as well make some images I can sell as stock photos. And I’m sure images of soap are relevant right now.
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All this soap is from Cambridge Naturals in Porter Square.
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Dry, peeling patches on my hand from frequent washing.
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The ‘junk bin’ part of my organizational process, through the hand mirror that hangs on a hook attached to my desk.

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