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Good Monday evening friends, how are you? Did you enjoy your weekend? It was a beautiful day on Saturday so we planned our garden beds, did some yard work and barbecued. Sunday is was gray and rainy and a very lazy day. I always try to take Sunday’s off, and by that I mean that I do not work, I don’t do any house work, I simply do whatever I like; read, bake, meal prep, go for long walks, etc. Then on Sunday evening I sit with my calendar and plan my week, and I reset my mind for the week ahead. What are my goals, what do I want to accomplish, what do I need to get done?
This week it is Holy Week, I cannot believe this is the second year in a row for many of us that will be without family and friends. I know I am not the only one when I say, I am tired, I’m lonely, I want to see my family, I want to go to Easter Sunday mass at my church. It has been a L-O-N-G year and although they, whomever they is, say that there is light at the end of the tunnel, it is getting harder and harder to believe.
I wasn’t going to post this because I am often told how lucky I am that I have a job, a house, insurance that we have not suffered any hardships during the pandemic. I didn’t want to seem like I was whining, but I realized that I am not whining, I am simply frustrated and expressing my feelings and I know there are others who would like to express their feelings but feel as if they cannot. I just wanted you to know that if you feel the same way, you are not alone and it is absolutely OK to say that you are tired, lonely, angry, sad or whatever else you are feeling. I am here for you my friends so please feel free to share your feelings, this is a no judgement zone.
Have a great night my friends, thank you for listening and thank you for sharing!