Staycation

A few weeks ago I wrote about Blurred Lines and Cabin Fever. I'd like to revisit the same sort of topic/theme. Why? Well, I went to the office today to pick up some supplies and realized how much I miss being in the office. *gasp* But I thought you liked working from home!? You even... Continue Reading →

Day 31: Closet Cleanse

House Arrest has now gone on for a month. Each crevice is cleaned six times over and then once more for good measure. Laundry hung, no more mismatched socks. Everything has a place now even the junk closet I have is organized. While digging through the treasures buried within I pulled out a dusty tattered... Continue Reading →

day ? — Things get interesting

I only know when it's Monday and when it's Friday. The other days tend to be jumbled. If it wasn't for my calendar being filled with meetings and reminders (Thank Goodness!) for said meetings, I'd be at a loss right about now. My inbox grows daily because what would have been in person conversations have... Continue Reading →

Day 19 – 22: Community

There's no place quite like this. Endless woods untouched by humans. Dirt roads are perfect after a rain storm for muddin. The main roads here don't belong to cars, they are for tractors hauling cattle and hay down yonder.Every Sunday, church bells call to these small town folk, reminding them that this is God's country.... Continue Reading →

Day 14 – 15 | Plans

Before this virus disrupted our daily norms, we were planning. Planning birthday parties, wedding's, baby shower's, work events, concerts, summer vacations -- you get the picture. We were planning our lives. Quickly filing our calendars with important dates to remember, without hesitation, without concerns of sickness. Now many of those plans have been canceled, postponed... Continue Reading →

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