Guess what day it is!
The other day I was looking through a photo album of a trip we took to Disneyland back in 2011 and when I saw this picture of Toon Town I thought, 'That's exactly how I feel!'
Can anyone else relate?
With everything that's been going on life just seems lopsided. My brain has been chaotic and it's hard to have a clear thought. And then I realized I might be grieving. The 5 stages of grief are denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. I feel like I've been fighting mild depression the last couple of months, I'm kinda sad, I don't really want to do anything... I sincerely think we're all grieving in some way. Grieving the loss of our jobs, our schools, relationships, routines, vacations. We're grieving the loss of some of our freedoms, of the lives we've known. Grief is heavy and the hardest part is we don't know how much longer we have to carry it. This year has been hard!
But... in spite of all the loss and the hard stuff, if we really look for it, there's always something to be thankful for ~
A great weekend getaway
Finding a personal letter in the mailbox
Being under budget
Our 38th Anniversary this week
Family. Always Family
Finding the exact thing I needed at Office Max
"Your order has shipped!"
How are you doing with the pandemic?
Have you found something to be thankful for this week?