Plans on hold
We are forced to do what so many have complained they never have the time to do
Have dinners at home
Walks in the park
Talk with our kids
Laugh with our spouses
Call our friends
Catch up on our favorite TV shows
Read our favorite books
Exercise at home or outside
Check-in on our neighbors
And yet, all that we have seen on social media is an incredible amount of complaining and desperate anxiety that demonstrates our uneasiness with ourselves.
This should be a time of reflection.
This should have been a time of Thanksgiving.
a warm bed
food on the table
We are quick to share how much time we don’t have to do the things we want to do
Well, our world has hit the pause button giving us the time!
May we all come out better from this.
May we all experience a change.
May we all recognize what is truly important.
May we all learn the difference between a need and a want
May we all recognize the price you pay for both.
Who will you be after all this is done?