Be grateful that you have slowed down, and that life has more meaning these days. Even in these tough times, you have an opportunity to regain a part of you that was lost. May this new normal be long-lasting.
The secret of crisis management is not good vs. bad, it’s preventing the bad from getting worse.
In a time of crisis, the peoples of the world must rush to get to know each other.
My blog has a new, different look. This is the 2015 WordPress Default theme and it does a lot of good things such as offering a clean look, plenty of space and a left-side sidebar (most blogs have their sidebar on the right). I am pleased with the modifications and the hue of blue its rocking. I hope it is easy on the eyes for most people. Tell me what you think in the comment section below. Thanks to you all. Keep on blogging good people.
Everyone, let’s get crazy to survive.
May the luck of the Irish be with you. Be safe in your celebrating. Have a blessed day.
Social distancing is something that is smart in the crisis of Coronavirus/Covid-19. This morning my church decided not to gather in person but offered morning prayer online via YouTube as a way to keep our community connected during this season of Lent. Many houses of worship do this on a regular basis but for my church, this was something new and different. Typically we have music and communion that goes along with our mass but it was OK to forego those elements for a time.
Hopefully, we will be back together sometime during Holy Week and other things will return to normal as possible.
My blog remains open during this crisis. All our blogs should be open to bridge the social distancing we are doing these days. Having some fun during serious times can give us all some relief. So, please come in. Have some coffee or tea or something stronger and let us chill in the quarantine.
The nearby Aldi grocery store had a blend of preppers and regular shoppers. It was interesting to see the social dance happening here today. It seems the sensible thing to do today.