What we learn from Covid
Wednesday, June 02, 2021
First off, that despite lifelong short, shorter, shortest hair I can actually look sort of decent with it long. New cut yesterday. Best head massage EVER!!!!!
I learned the depths of my reclusive/introverted nature and don't really mind that.
I learned I need hobbies when weather turns ugly and turn off the t.v.
I learned the value of my dearest friends and the incredible healing power of their smiles and hugs.
I learned that there is a great sadness in humanity and it truly disturbs me how horrible some people are behaving post pandemic. The violence at sporting events, and on our streets. The brokenness anger and downright hate some people exhibit. Yet, there are people out there fighting through all that to give a hand up. I do have hope that we will come out of this a better people.
I find the (kind of trite) statement, "In a world where you can be anything, be kind", to be pretty relevant to where we are right now.
I find the sadness sometimes pulls me down with it and I need to remember that it's a small bit of the world that is making these horrible decisions and into the news.
Today is a beautiful day...so far. The weather people talked about rain but it's sunny and lovely for a walk with Hossa (dog) and some planting of the plants I purchased over the weekend. Boy do I need to stop buying plants. LOL