First, I want to apologize for not posting sooner. I have been avoiding a lot of social media due to the negativity and harsh causes of this pandemic.
Second, I’d like to extend my sincere gratitude to all of our dedicated medical staff, law enforcement officers, grocery workers, EMT’s, firefighters, deliver services, restaurants open for takeout and all of our essential business workers. Our world continues to turn because of you.
I’d like to specially thank our medical staff for going above and beyond at such an unknown time. I appreciate you all more than you know and pray for you daily.
Lastly, I want to extend my condolences to anyone who has been affected by this global pandemic. Whether you lost a loved one to COVID 19, know someone ill in the hospital and were not able to visit them, had to postpone your wedding, missed out on your senior year or had to rapidly change your world to make ends meet.
Our lives are changing and some may be in shambles. I understand that a lot of people are probably having trouble coping with such large changes, and unfortunately it looks like they won’t be going back to normal anytime soon.
Don’t forget to look on the bright side and remember that one day everything will go back to normal. The unknowns can be very difficult for some. I know they are for me. I struggle not having a routine and not knowing when change is going to occur. But if I’ve learned anything being a military spouse, it’s that you cannot over stress the things you cannot change and while it is upsetting that we don’t have full control of our lives, we must control what we can and make peace with what we cannot.
Our world is struggling right now. Spread kindness. Spread joy. Never stop smiling and remember to embrace the madness — wherever you can.
Until next time.