Thursday, April 2, 2020

Thinking of the Future

It's Thursday again!
 It's funny how you lose track of the days when your routine is interrupted. We could all use some good news right now so hop on over to Knit By God's Hand and read more joyful posts!

This week I am thankful for:

Sharaya coming with me to Chuck's appointment
Tulips on my front porch
Teddy Bear hunts
Whinnie-the-Pooh in my window
Long walks with my husband
Daydreaming about remodeling our house
The sun breaking through the clouds
Phone calls from dear friends
New address labels
Packages at the door

Another day marked off the calendar in this quarantine. I'm not sure when it's going to end but I believe with all my heart that it will end. We will go out again, have picnics at the park, play at the beach, go camping, meet with family and friends.

What a great time that will be!! πŸ˜ŠπŸ’—


Stacy said...

I've seen the teddy bear hunt on Facebook, but it doesn't seem to be a thing here. Not that I can really look for them since PA has been under a stay-at-home order for the last week. We're trying to make the most of these days, but I imagine what a day of rejoicing it will be when we are allowed our freedom to come and go again.

Rebecca Jo said...

Tulips are my favorite!!!! I love seeing them springing up.
I always love new address labels too :) I had some one time that were specialized with cartoon faces for me & the hubs & all the dogs - they were my favorite

Pamela M. Steiner said...

Yes, we WILL get through this time and I believe we will all come out of it better than before. I know it is very difficult for some especially who have great financial needs. Praying that will somehow be taken care of too. God has ways of working these things out. We just have to pray and obey and keep looking up!!

Patti said...

Yes, this trying time will end, so in the meantime, may we all cherish the extra moments at home. May it give us sweet times with the Lord and our families.


ellen b. said...

What a great time it will be indeed!

Billie Jo said...

It will.
And I won't take a simple trip to the store for granted.
Stay safe!

Jeanie said...

I've noticed many things for which to be thankful during quarantine. I think they were always there but we notice them more now.