Thankful? Am I nuts? Probably. But what’s the alternative? Sitting at home wringing my hands crying “Woe is me?” I choose not to do that. I choose to count my blessings and be thankful for the good things.
- My family is well. It may change tomorrow or even later on today, but as of now, they are well. Hubby, kids, their spouses, grandkids, my parents, hubby’s parents, my brother and sisters and their families, nieces and nephews–all well so far.
- We have what we need. We are still able to get enough food and supplies to survive, praying the grocery stores and other essential businesses stay open.
- My children and their spouses are able to work from home. There hasn’t been a loss of income. I know many other families are not so fortunate, and my heart goes out to them, as well as prayers for them.
- Most families I know are drawing closer while having to stay at home.
- People are finding creative ways to keep in touch.
- I’m getting more housecleaning done.
- I’m getting some home projects done that I have been putting off.
- I’m getting more writing done.
- It may seem like forever, but this too shall pass. Please, God, let it hurry up!
That’s about all I can come up with. I’m sure there are many more blessings that have failed to come to mind. I’m trying not to dwell on missing my grandkids. What about you? How are you coping? Are you thankful for the good things? Stay safe, y’all.