The best is yet to come…

As I am sitting here, listening to Coffeehouse cafe on iheart radio and writing articles for possible publication, I am thinking of this disease and how much life has changed in the blink of an eye. Everyone is scared and worrying about tomorrow, What is coming? How long is this going to last? How long is toilet paper going to be a scarce item? I feel like I am in a thriller movie about disease outbreaks…masks, gloves, quarantine, zombie apocalypse, the basics. We are currently stuck in Pennsylvania, with travel bans in place and privately owned campgrounds closing down, we don’t have much of a choice. We have to make the best out of these circumstances and live life day by day, as tomorrow is never promised. I can’t wait until life is back to normal…well at least semi normal. I want to get back to traveling and enjoying the open road with my family. If anything, this change of pace does show us what we take for granted everyday, maybe we will appreciate it more.

What do you miss? Have you been laid off or are you blessed to be able to work from home? How are you dealing with this drastic change? I am curious to see how this has affected everyone and their daily life…we are still out and about everyday, as we Doordash. What we have seen is vast emptiness where there used to be life. Empty parking lots, Restaurants building barricades so you can not go to the counter to pick up To Go orders, Small businesses with closed signs hanging on their doors…it is so sad to see our economy this way.

Please drop a comment so we can see how this affects each other, maybe it will be eye opening and bring us back to showing kindness in this dark time. Also please pray for our country and each other. We are in this together. In God We Trust!

Thank you for reading my little tidbits! God Bless!

Psalms 62:8~ Trust in him at all times; ye people, pour out your heart before him: God is a refuge for us.

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