Mother and child April 5, 2020 View this post on Instagram “Ang mag-inang ito, wala talagang magawa!”??? Mother and child by Pablo Picasso (1901) Blue period. @tussenkunstenquarantaine #tussenkunstenquarantaine #artchallenge #useprops @gettymuseum ?????? In the Philippines, when we’re bored we used so say “wala akong magawa” it translates to, I have nothing to do. Today is day 21 since the order to “shelter in place” in California. We are very strict in not going out, we don’t want to take unnecessary risks. But sheltering in place is not all that bad. Now I have lots of playtime with Isabelle. We bake and cook together everyday. She is coloring and playing alongside me as I work from home. We are even potty training her! She decided she doesn’t want to wear anymore diapers during the pandemic!! Which is very considerate of her; we don’t have to drive around in search of diapers. We are just trying to pass the time, and trying to entertain ourselves. Let us be kind to each other. Its going to be a long while before we can go back to normal. And even that seems uncertain. After this pandemic…we will all have been changed. There will be a new normal, our behaviors, our values, our way of life will be transformed. We may all have to reinvent ourselves. They say boredom is good; it can spark creativity and productivity. Well all this time indoors have forced me to be more introspective, to see things a different way, to choose what really matters. What have you been doing with all this time indoors?? #magigingmayosanglahat #thetagalogproject #quarantine #coronavirusactivity #filipinoculture #filipinx #preschool #tagalogthursday #bilingual #filamkids #honestparenting #momlife #workingmom #tagalogwordoftheday A post shared by The Tagalog Project (@thetagalogproject) on Apr 5, 2020 at 7:35pm PDTSubmitted by Clarice Aguilera, Contra Costa County – Pinole.