last night was just full of tense moments and just a really odd day. Worries, concerns, angry family because it is beautiful to be able to get to know each other again but it can be hard at times when personalities clash. lol. But, I just went to the driveway, sat on the coolish air and practiced some Yoga. I was so tense when I started but after about 15 minutes, I was feeling so much better! I am glad to have these blessings of how to calm myself and try to keep positive thoughts going. I was much better and said a prayer of thanks. Hi to all of my fellow writers and bloggers! Have a great one.
Even though we are stuck at home, I am seeing so many acts of kindness and families drawing closer. People sending food to hospitals and first responders, leaving out gifts for Postal carriers, sending food to others as well. Then I saw where some people are buying essential things for essential workers. Where families and friends are realizing how much they have missed on spending time together. So more facetime, more calls and more of whatever ways you can look at each other via Social media. It is so wonderful to know that in this tough time of life, there is good in it too!
So very many times we are told it is all in our heads, we are causing issues over nothing, we need to do this or that, we are thinking things that are simply not true and it can drive you almost nuts. So, on the few times when someone comes and tells you something you knew all along, it is like a sigh of relief. To know, “Hey, I wasn’t just “thinking ” things in my head or wow, it was true. So then it goes from relief to a bit of anger for being made to feel as though you are bonkers. lol. There are sharks among us but at least we can see them so that is a plus! But, anyway, just wanted to share that it is okay to go with your feelings, your discernment because there is a 98% chance you ARE right. Like honey when it is proven to be true.
I always think of you. That is just a given. But today, the Sun came out and I thought of your beautiful smile and your laughter that lit up a room. You were such a beautiful soul and you always made people happy. You loved life, you loved every. single. aspect. of it. You were the Sun on a rainy day and the World is a lonelier place without you. The only good thing is that you do not have to see what is going on and live with it. This virus would have scared you so much. But you are safe my sweet child and nothing can harm you anymore. Not a virus, not bullies and your memory shines on through it all. I love. you. always. Love, Mom.
I try to avoid talking about this virus and the dangers and how scary it really is. Because we can read about it everyday and that is enough. But I wanted to look at the other side. Maybe this has given us an opportunity to get some humanity back, to clear our Earth just a little of the toxins, to learn what we can and cannot do without. To join together as a Nation and unite to become a Country that prays for others, wishes the best for all of us and hope we all get through this. United we stand and divided we fall. I hope we choose to stand. Together. 🙂
It is a beautiful road but often lonely and sometimes very discouraging. I know, for me, it is filled with a lot of work to keep my way of life from draining me mentally. Empaths/ discerners feel things others do not, we can feel pain and hurt from others or at least I can. I can “read” when people are being dishonest and then get backlash when I address it by being told so many times “it is all in my head”, maybe I should get counseling,” “I need to stop because I am the problem” and it goes on and on. I have learned and I am still learning how to live it and yet avoid emotional vampires who try and suck the energy and emotion from me. It is hard to know when others stab you verbally and yet smile to your face. You know it and sadly so do they. But they choose to make me the one who is the problem but I am who I am and I know what I know. I have to try hard to keep it from making me bitter or just a social outcast because it is painful to be honest. But. I think that with all that is going on right now, social distancing is giving me a chance to emotionally recharge and for me that is good. Have a wonderful day/evening everyone! 🙂
So today I finished up what planting we could for our flower garden. I save my seeds each year from my marigolds and Zinnias and any I can save. I am debating on planting some veggies if I can. I am writing, painting, cleaning and what ever I can do for the anxiety. Yoga, prayers, meditation, etc. So, what are all of you doing? I would love to hear from you!