How I’m Rolling These Days

I’m in a funk mentally and tired physically. Covid-19 has worn me down. No, I don’t actually have it. Thank God.

Both my eldest and my sister had it though. Both have recovered. Thank God for that too.

Wearing a mask all the time bites the big one. I get overheated and my nose is always itchy beneath it. Working more hours is sapping my energy for all the other things I want and need to do. But I am employed at a place that does amazing things to help those in need and I have wonderful, hard-working co-workers. Thank God for that too.

There are no fun plans on the horizon for me and mine because of Covid-19. But I’m certain there will be fun times further ahead, probably next summer when we have had reasonable adults in the White House for a bit who believe in science and ensure everyone has been vaccinated against this monster. Thank God for that!

I’ve not been as consistent as I like to be with writing and publishing blog posts lately because my energy is going elsewhere. But I managed to write this today. Thank God for that?!

I can’t see my church friends I miss in person because of Covid-19. Yet our pastors and talented musicians and volunteer tech support has come a long way with their ability to put together a virtual service over these past several months. I plan on watching the service this morning cuddled up on the couch with Hubs and Radar. Thank God for that.

Despite not spending as much time blogging these days, I’m still getting views, comments, and followers. I am so grateful for that. It’s heartwarming for me. Thank God for each and every one of you.

I wish all of you a blessed day. I hope you are all well and are able to find things to be thankful for in your lives. Even if you have to work through the things you are not so thankful for first.

Please share with me how you are “rolling” these days. You know I love to hear from you!

7 thoughts on “How I’m Rolling These Days”

    1. So it’s not just me? Normally this time of year I feel more stressed but this year is, well, extra. It’s just weird. Like I’m not myself. Guess we just need to take it day by day and know we are not alone. Have a great week, friend 🙂

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  1. I usually have a hard time during this part of the year–the cloudier skies and missing my mom who passed 14 years ago. I am actually feeling a little less stressed, this year. Less to do to prepare for Christmas, maybe? Maybe I’ll use this Advent to prepare my heart for Christmas, which is what I should be doing when I’m usually stressed about gifts, etc. Thanks for your positive outlook and nice post–it got me thinking!

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    1. I’m sorry about your mom. Guessing you were pretty young when she passed. Glad you are feeling less stressed this holiday season. I think I am too. Thanks so much for your comments.

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  2. I have good days, not-so-good days, and stinky days. Today was more or less a stinker. I’m with you in that I’m certain next year will be better. (At least the election went right, eh?!)

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