Quarantine Diary: Could Be Worse

Today marks 21 days since we started social distancing, quarantine, and being home. While yesterday the schools were pronounced closed until the next school year, today we move forward. Yesterday I listened to music and cried. I was folding laundry, and the weight of reality hit me hard. I just cried. It is like theContinue reading “Quarantine Diary: Could Be Worse”

Quarantine Diary: Minutes

Give it a minute. Before this is over, you’ll be changed. I’m reading the words all over the place: What are you excited to do when this is over? What do you miss since being quarantined?  My first thought was how excited I am to hug the people I love. All of them. And huggingContinue reading “Quarantine Diary: Minutes”

Quarantine Diary: Tendons

Before I had time to think, we were holed up together and uncertain of a time when normalcy would ever return. What a rude awakening. Just days before, I was sitting in a hospital waiting to have a scheduled surgery. My husband and I were watching the news that morning as the virus was beginningContinue reading “Quarantine Diary: Tendons”

Steps Toward the Creator

Before I knew what I was doing, I was being who I was. There’s a lot less fear when you are unaware of the effects of living a free life. Not that there are ramifications, but when you are newly free, you aren’t easily jaded by the circumstances you find yourself in. As time goesContinue reading “Steps Toward the Creator”