Some people are addicted to chocolate or fascinated by the various items one can make with a muffin tin. For me, I’m bowled over by bowls.
For the first time since moving to Canada, Mike and I will be spending the holiday at home – just the two of us and our cat. Mike, as it was later told to me, looked at the tree and wondered what trinkets or ornaments would mark 2020 – the year everything was put on paused, changed and rerouted.
COVID-19 has presented us with an incredible challenge – how to stay connected while apart. It’s a challenge my family and I conquered long ago. The one thing that unites us from afar – NFL.
This morning, I baked my own birthday cake. There would have been a time when I may have thought of one making their own cake as . . . Sad. Perhaps the pre-COVID me. Perhaps the younger version of me. Today, I found it empowering.
This morning, my wall clock was stuck on 8:36. It would tick, but the minute hand would not move forward. How often do we get stuck in a moment of time despite time marching on?