From spearheading your company’s aid efforts to supporting local business and even conducting storytime over Skype, there are numerous ways to help while still maintaining social distancing. The crucial element revolves around the fact that you take stock of your situation, identify the needs, and then get proactive, offering support to those who need it.
We are hopeful though, hopeful that we will find a way to drive down this road without all the obstacles and signposts that keep us distracted from the real issues at hand. It never ends, does it? It will go on forever and we will be lucky to have been a part of it; part of the road less travelled.
Perhaps over time I will be able to put this little ball of grief somewhere, store it in a grief drawer or bury it in my back yard with my phlox and roses and dahlias. Maybe there, the grief will lie in hope that it will grow into something, perhaps even into joy.
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I am quite sure that balanced food intake, along with 30 minutes of regular physical activity, 15 minutes of silence and laughing crazily can help you live a lifestyle of your dreams in the current world! All of this together makes you healthier inside and out.
Can you imagine how cold it would be to live in a world where nobody cared how you felt or stopped to listen to understand your thoughts? It would likely be one characterized by loneliness and feelings of isolation.
The last straw, as they say, was smoking in the rain during blizzards, snow blowing in your face as you puff away at that little white stick. I mean, how ridiculous right?
How many times have you said or done something without thinking – and immediately regretted it afterwards? If you’re one of those people who perennially has their foot in their mouth (and an office full of surly colleagues to show for it), then please read on.
That fabulously awkward moment when you realize there’s more truth than fallacy in a statement of perceived self-growth.
Knock on wood, so far there has not been a ‘what next’ in at least a month. So we are more than grateful for that. He saw his surgeon recently and he took an x-ray of my husband’s lungs – it was an all-clear. He saw his oncologist too and will not see him again until October.