Getting lost in the ‘big picture’ often prevents us from cherishing the ‘small moments’ that make it all worthwhile…”
On my laptop I have my screen change pictures randomly, today the picture above flashed on my screen. This is what inspired me to write this post.
I find myself at times being sucked into the abyss called “Covid-19”. It permeates all facets in the media, t.v., newspapers, online, and there is probably other venues that escapes me at the moment.
For many they have been cut off from the physical support, the one on one socializing. For a senior person they may only have a landline phone to connect them to family, friends. A neighbor is staying with his mother so that she will not be alone at this critical time.
As I am writing this post I find myself thinking about some great memories that brings a warmth, a smile, and contentment. Memories like when my daughter was born how that I held her even before they bathed her after the birth. Watching a friend who I asked if he would like to hold her, watching tears flow freely down his face as he held my daughter.
I have been finding myself thinking about green grass, flowers, vegetable gardens, all things to ease the uneasiness that overtakes me at times.
Seeing a post from Chelsea sharing a picture of her baby boy. How it brought a smile to my face. Somehow babies seem to do this for me. How simple their world is, their only concerns are being fed, kept dry, and feeling love that bonds them to mother, father, siblings, and grandparents.
I am finding some escape by watching one of my favorite channels, Discovery Science. Being amazed at the wonderful universe we are part of. The majesty that is planet earth as seen from outer space.
So, dear reader if you are feeling anxious, overwhelmed, depressed by the current situations, I encourage you to stop, take time to enjoy the pleasures that are all around.
Stop, Smell The Roses!