2020 is almost a thing of the past- I'm ready, are you?
I've been down in the dumps for the last week, or more, without any real reason. Covid numbers are going up everywhere, but so far our family is weathering the storm without too much trouble. I know it's not the same for many of you, and for that, I'm truly sorry and send virtual hugs.
In many ways, this pandemic has taught us how resilient we can be. I see people cooking and canning and taking up new hobbies they never would have tried otherwise. Families are drawing closer, and neighbors are reaching out to help those in need.
It's true that in times of strife, kindness prevails.
In the last newsletter, I thought it would be a good idea to start a virtual gratitude jar. With all that's going on in the world, we could use a little positivity in our lives!
Each newsletter (bi-weekly) I'll add something I'm grateful for to the 'jar' and ask you to send in your gratitude notes. Together, we can boost each other up :)
This week's gratitude note: from me
I'm grateful for my husband's quick reflexes that saved him from a near-fatal car accident on his way to work. Please, please slow down so we might all live to see another day.
Okay, you're next. Send me your gratitude notes and I'll add them to the newsletter.
Until next time,
In the words of Dr. Bonnie Henry, "Be kind. Be calm. Be safe."