A Quarantine Reflection
I’m enjoying this summer like I haven’t since I was a kid.
Everything looks greener and smells fresher than I remember.
I thank God every day for the blue sky, sunshine, and breeze.
I bought myself a grill and started cooking again – real meals, on a real plate, that I sit down and enjoy all by myself.
I put myself out there and connected with people I haven’t talked to or seen in years – what a blessing they are!
I searched for new relationships and found some great friends.
I trimmed the unnecessary, the drama, and the people that no longer serve me. That sounds harsh, but it is NOT. It’s about loving and honoring yourself and eliminating what drains you, takes advantage of you, or holds you back.
I slowed down, I thought about who I am, where I am, and who I want to be. I re-evaluated my life.
I stopped pursuing the person I thought others wanted me to be and began being me…un-botoxed, frizzy haired, no makeup, stretchy pant wearing, sun worshipping, early to bedder.
When the pandemic quarantine began, I wrote a blog post entitled: Covid-19 is a Blessing. Turns out I was more correct than I could have imagined!
Read my original post here!