My new normal…

Well, this is what my new normal looks like. The front of our townhouse. It’s a small, quiet community in the middle of a busy medical center. Usually, there is a lot of traffic once we exit the gates. Due to the shelter in place order, traffic has been lighter. So, my husband and I have been home. Usually we travel up and down Interstate 10. So, yes – I miss the open road – the open skies! I love to marvel at God’s creations. I love clouds! Now, I am dreaming…

front view

I have to admit, it is getting a bit mundane. I look forward to blogging. Before, I didn’t have the time to sit and just write. Now, I have plenty of time to read and write. I also manage a few websites and a few Facebook pages, mostly for causes. I also make survivor bracelets. And, I had made a bunch of blue ones to sell and raise money for a small nonprofit I  manage, but now that’s on hold. I have plenty to keep me busy, but nothing replaces the freedom of the open road.

My daughter is working from home so she took over our office.

Anyway, this month is Child Abuse Prevention Month, so I am posting stuff on prevention and awareness. So just wanted to remind everyone that tomorrow is #WearBlueDay2020. If you have something blue to wear, snap a pic and posted on your social media.



On my desk, is a little
picture plaque with
my favorite pic…




Also, because we will still be under orders to keep our distance and such..someone on Facebook was suggesting for Christians to hang a red ribbon on their front doors as a symbol of the blood that was placed over the doors of the children of Israel’s homes at Passover, when God freed them from Egyptian bondage. I made some red survivor bracelets to symbolize likewise, to wear for Easter, so I will probably do both. Texas Gov recommended churches to consider drive up services for Easter. I haven’t heard of any plans for Easter from local churches yet.

So every morning we sit and drink our coffee, and do our reading, writing and such.

Well, I hope everyone has a great Friday. I haven’t decided if I am going to blog tomorrow. My funny husband… his looking over my shoulder reading…”What you got so much going on tomorrow, you can’t blog? He’s funny!


My other view…today it was drizzly all day. We weren’t able to take our daily walk. It’s suppose to rain for the next few days. Hmm!



Be blessed y’all!

Lamentations 3:22-23 “Through the Lord’s mercies we are not consumed, because His compassion’s fail not. They are new every morning; great is Your faithfulness.”



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