Adapting to Change
How many would say we are in a different time right now?
If you don’t think so, then I wonder where you’ve been the last few weeks. Schools are closed due to CoViD-19. Seniors are missing out on some of the most important times of their lives, people are losing jobs- small business owners are working hard to stay open. Essential personnel are reporting to work each day to help care for the sick, or provide a service that is needed in the community. Thank you for all that you do. I realized last week when the site was in the planning stages that I was just starting a new job, that was like a dream to me. I pinched myself daily to make sure I was awake, and that I was actually getting to live out something I wanted for such a long time. By the time the site was published, that had all changed. I’ll get it updated, I promise!) That’s when I knew I had to write this post. You guys- all together we are going through many changes, some unexpected that are rocking our worlds. No doubt. But our REACTION to things in the short term, often determines the OUTCOME in the long term. So I say this to say - don’t be afraid of the change. Embrace it.
As many of you are already doing, enjoy time with family. Spend more time on the hobby you love. Organize the heck out of your living space. Continue to pray and seek His face. I did an in home workout this morning with an amazing instructor via FB live, and it was JUST LIKE I was in the gym, except I didn’t have to drive there- and everyone was SAFE at home. The state that I live in has now issued a stay at home order- and we have a two year old! So we are coming up with creative ways for him to play inside when days are rainy and cold - like today.
Grab the ball pit, and set it up indoors. This goes for the bounce house too, if you have one. I found some awesome paint pens at the store the other day that were awesome! So easy and made for kids! A lot of things are uncertain right now- but the way we react to this current situation doesn’t have to be. React with love, with grace. Help one another, check on each other. Im a message or phone call away! We are in this together. Adapt to the change. Be the change.
Much love to you all.
Until next week.
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