4.03.2020

Happy Friday To You!


Hi.  How are you?  How was your week?  How are you holding up?  What can I do for you, if anything?


These are the questions I would ask you if I could.  If we could chat via phone or even better in person I would ask these and truly want to know your answers.  That may seem silly, but it is true and I just want you to know I am thinking of you and praying for you.  If there is anything specific I can pray for please email me.  I would be happy to do so.  Actually, I would be honored.

If your week was anything like mine it was a number of emotions and depending on the day it varied.  I have found that if I do not get up and get dressed and do something with my hair I feel horrible about dinner time.  There is something to it that builds for me all day and it doesn't hit me until dinner and then its all down hill.

Also, I must be outside.  Sometimes I just drive around with the windows down.  I am the only one who leaves the house at all for necessities and being out getting things we absolutely need stresses me out.  So far I have been able to keep it at about 90 minutes gathering twice a week.  But I must be outside for something during the day.  I walk the dog, I sit outside with my coffee, all of it helps so very much.

This weekend I plan to tackle the pollen on our screen porch. Right now it is awful, as in not good and gross so I am hoping by Saturday evening to be sitting on a clean porch with a drink and sitting out there all day Sunday with my devotional in the morning and staying to read and needlepoint.  The kids are off next week for Spring Break so I need to come up with a plan of some sort for them to be creative or it will be a free for all with the screens which stresses me out.  Any tips I would gladly take, send me an email.

I am trying to vary my content from things that inspire me, to sales, to moments of thought, with meals and such.  There is no correct answer for what to create, what not to share, and how to navigate this so please know I do every single post with my heart and head in the right place and share what inspires me hoping it does the same for you. This is the hardest thing we have dealt with as a family, country and world and it is truly something you take one step at a time.

I adore you all and you bring me joy every single day ... know that you are cared for and prayed for daily. 💗 

2 comments:

  1. Thanks for the reminder to tackle the pollen! My front porch is covered in yellow, I haven't had a lot of motivation to tackle it but your post has given me the "push" to do it!

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  2. A great post! Thank you so much - I know I feel better!

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