Now, more than ever, is the time to focus on life. Because it seems life is leaving this earth in record proportions. The number of children with Covid is mind-boggling. And there are NO leaders responding quickly enough to help.
Such a discouraging thing to know that lives are lost because of ignorance. When I say that, I am talking about the ones who are not taking this virus seriously. My husband and I went into a store yesterday. Out of at least 60 people (men, women & children), only about 6 (including us) wore our masks. Vaccinated or not, you still need to be cautious. However, my words fall on deaf ears, so I digress.
After my doctor’s appointment tomorrow, I am going back into seclusion. I’m an introvert anyway so being cooped up at home with Rico is no bother to me. I just worry about my husband at work, one son in college, one son in high school and my daughter who works in the medical field. I don’t worry about them doing their part to stay safe. I worry about the ones around them.
In the midst of everything, my anxiety level continues to do it’s thing. I dislike being afraid. I dislike knowing the unknown. And I for sure don’t know what tomorrow will bring. So referring back to my first sentence, I am going to focus on fulfilling my life’s purpose no matter how hard some days may get – and they have been hard. My life is not over until God says it’s over. I have things in place that must done. I will fill you in when we get together again. It’s exciting! 🤩
Until next time … be blessed.