But they that wait upon the LORD shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; they shall walk, and not faint. ~Isaiah 40:31
With the gift of free time, I’ve dusted the cobwebs off simple activities tossed aside – and begun doing.
There was time to garden yesterday and bake olive bread!
One hears amazing stories from friends and family reconnecting by playing games, sharing or renewing skills, and just being with each other. What a blessing!
While treading the delicate path of social distancing, we can still remain close, and reach out to each other using many forms of social media.
Meanwhile, for me, one of the hardest things with social distancing is the inability to safely hug or touch each other, if we’re not already living together. Touch is a powerful bond.
However, even from a distance, it’s humbling to see what we are accomplishing together as we focus on goals and not just the task.
Cyber-bumping your elbow, I take my leave.
I’m feeling energized. Today’s a brand new day, and there’s much to be done in the garden.