The birth of my grandson. Although, the world is experiencing hardships and loss due to COVID 19, God is merciful!! Life is continuing and we were blessed by his birth during this time. Praise JAH!
To my daughter Kristina, that just separated from her husband. 🙁
When I moved to Alaska.
Waiting for this pandemic and quarantine to be over.
That God is the only one I can truly trust and depend on.
Faith, Hope, Love and sustenance and covering.
Without a sense of gratitude I would not be able to fully appreciate all the blessings Jehovah God provides for me and my family. He is the provider of all for all. I feel there wouldn’t be any room or reason to be filled with joy, happiness and esteem without also recognizing gratitude for why you feel that way.
My daughter Kristina Mae, my best friend Rachel, and my co-worker Victoria. All have given me a push in the right direction when I needed it most. I so appreciated the honest feedback and perspective, hugs and compassion when I was feeling low. I love them and am grateful for their dear friendships.
I would have to say working from home on a make-shift desk (sofa table) and a metal chair in a storage room in my daughter’s house…remembering that other have lost their jobs during COVID-19- so grateful and humbling.
One of my favorite times of day is my drive home from work. It is a bit of a commute from work to home, on an average day it can take 30 to 40 minutes. This gives me an opportunity to reflect on my day the good and the bad. It also is a time to just transition and relax, listen to the radio, which helps me to wind down and leave work at work. I have missed this quiet time since COVID-19.
During the COVID-19 pandemic quarantine I have found time for things that matter most. This has been a trans-formative and a life changing experience. I have recognized that everything that doesn’t matter has no real value, and never really mattered in the first place. My priorities are clearer and now I have a sense of purpose.
Begin to think about taking my things back to my tiny home and transition out of this quarantine with my daughter and grandson. Get back to my routine, and peace and quiet.
Just listen, active listening gives someone the best gift…your time.
The ‘Memorial of Jesus Christ’.
I just moved into a “Tiny House” in February. I am learning to live with less things. I do miss my closet though.
I work too many hours, and I don’t spend enough time with the people or things that truly matter to me. Life is passing me by…
I no longer need to hold on to past regrets because I have learned how to forgive myself and others.
It helps me to count my blessings and have a positive outlook on my circumstances and relationships in general. I am very grateful for my blessings and often because I take the time to pause and reflect, I can pass along my positive outlook.
I want to own a home. Nothing big, just a small house that is paid for.
What a wonderful world it would be if everyone felt this way. Thank you for sharing.
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