Good Morning friends!
I hope and I pray this post finds you and your family safe and healthy. There’s a lot of insanity happening in our world at the moment and I had to sit back for a moment this weekend and think hard how I wanted to address it in this post.
If you know me you might know that not a lot gets me down. I take on life with a lot of happiness and I don’t let things get to me. I find the goodness in every situation. I’m ever always an optimistic human. But life isn’t always perfect and we are in the midst of some of those imperfection at the moment. Right now my optimism is being put to the test. I’m not one for feeling anxious or paranoid but like many of you I’m scared. Scared for my loved ones, scared for friends and neighbors, scared for the way the world acting right now. We just have to keep calm and carry on but it’s ok to be scared too.
I’m at work today because I am self-employed and have to take care of my business. I’m armed with plenty of items to keep me and any clients that I see safe. I admit, it’s not the place I want to be right now. I want to be home in bed with the covers thrown over my head and a good book on my Kindle so I don’t have to think about what is happening outside my door. But I have a business to run and take care of and that’s what I am trying to do right now.
I’m going to try to get some blogging done this week. I’ve been really busy at work and it slammed me so hard I’ve had little time to actually post. In my 10 plus years of running Musings of a Muse that was never an issue but the last two months have been crazy for me.
I want to blog because it’s a good distraction for me and I hope for you too. I hope you’ll take time to comment on my posts to take your mind away from the news for a minute or two.
Just remember, this too shall pass and I’m urging everyone to follow Wheaton’s Law during this trying time in our world (that means not hoarding TP and sharing with others!) If you need a lift here and there I’m posting away on Instastories!
Be safe my friends and be the good, strong humans I know you can be.
You got this.
And so do I.