Reflecting back it’s hard to focus on whatever actually was positive as
daily reads and gruesome tales were the constant everywhere.
Step outside amidst ‘The Twilight Zone’.
I listened, I watched, I realized whatever I wished for was not in the cards
so best to accept fate.
For those who faced this most difficult time, remained positive and somehow
managed to be productive, I applaud you.
As a popular country western singer related, “This feels like prison.”
For certain since it’s NO you can’t do this and NO you can’t do that to this date.
My entire life I’ve never been a quitter. The Pandemic took its toll on me.
Slowly the depressed state of mind set in when I realized the scheduled
organization of my apartment wasn’t going to occur.
As the DIY list grew so did the anger and bitterness.
So many personal questions void of real answers or solutions.
I’ve grown tired of remembering that which I wish to forget so instead
I’ve given thought to writing more about what brought ‘LOVE’ into my
life before and after the empty nest syndrome.
Arts and crafts from this day forward – bi-weekly posts.