I’m trying to have a better day today

I’m trying to have a better day today

I’m feeling a little better after a halfway decent night’s sleep. Emmett had a nightmare and burst into my room in the middle of the night. Once he glued himself to my arm, sleep went out the window.

So far, my day is off to a good start. The house is relatively quiet and I’m watching the news for a little while.

The boys and I went out for a short hike before dark yesterday. I mentioned that in the previous post. I know it was a more difficult one to read but trust me, it sucked equally as bad actually living it. What I wanted to do was pick things up a bit and share some of the pics from yesterday’s nature outing.

I really try to be positive but I obviously struggled yesterday. My hope is that I can manage to have a better day today.

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John Behling

Thinking of you. It’s a very hard time right now. I know I can’t understand what you’re going through, but I can say that I understand a hard day / time / year.

Curtis G.

Hopefully the vaccines will be a start to end this horrible situation and eventually that part of our current life will begin to get back to normal

Becky Wiren

That would be nice. But the reality is, the trials aren’t done yet, and even if everything goes as quickly as possible there is a manufacture and distribution issue. It will take months for the country to have at least one vaccine, and then it will take months for the millions of doses to be manufactured and distributed. So we all have to hang on for a few months, wear masks, and take precautions.

Lindsey R

The people that said that quarantine might last 12 to 18 months back in March were right. I knew too right away back in March that quarantine will last 12 to 18 months.

Salamawit Berhane

Thess are beautiful scenes.

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