Good morning to you all!
HOW are YOU?
How are you feeling?
How are you coping?
I shot this picture Friday morning. My walks are necessary, they are essential for my well being and existence. May they never, ever take our right to nature and walks away from us during this craziness that is called Corona and covid-19 ...
Life goes on under the black umbrella. Here in the US they are telling us, “Brace for a painful week”.
So yes, that is what we’re doing.
Bracing and hoping that it will not be as bad as the experts are predicting it to be.
Apple blossoms and sunrise. Pic taken Friday morning.
I am so tired of this.
I am longing for some light in this never ending tunnel of darkness. Longing for the black umbrella to start fading and falling apart.
I cannot wait for the day when we can start feeling “cautiously optimistic”.
But, when on earth will THAT be?
Please, please higher powers, make this stop!
Peter's out and about on Sunday. The authorities now want us to wear masks while out walking as well. Peter and I use bandanas and scarves while out to cover our mouths and noses when we're passing people we meet.
Nature, so green and crisp.
This is the meadow right next to where I live. Pic taken yesterday morning.
I love these trees SOOO MUCH! This is an eastern redbud!
The weekend has come and gone.
Since we no longer can have people visit us, or visit people, we decided to have a virtual happy hour with our good friend Keith on Friday.
THAT was actually fun!
It is not the same as getting together in real life, of course.
But, it works.
We’re also having Zoom-chats with Peter’s family online. It works, too.
And, I am Facetiming my parents and my aunt a lot. IT feels so good to SEE them and talk to them.
PRAISE the technology. I am so grateful.
Peter on our deck Friday evening.
Peter and I have taken long walks over the weekend.
Nature is so incredibly beautiful now. Like a dream.
And, thank god we are still able to roam outside however, and whenever, we want.
That is golden!
I’m out and about every day. Sometimes several times a day.
Out walking in Lake Fairfax Park here in Reston. Let me tell you, I am beyond thankful to live at place with so much nature, so many paths, so many places to roam. Happy to live right here.
Three ladies out on a social distancing walk.
I hope YOU had a good weekend despite it all!
I shot this pic yesterday morning around 7:20 by Lake Thoreau. Serenity.