Happy Monday y’all! I hope you were able to enjoy your weekend, but more importantly I hope you stayed as safe as possible over the weekend! Thankfully, my husband went with me to the grocery store, which was very helpful given we bought a ton of food! We were trying to shop for two weeks and I think we might have managed this. We definitely spent enough, so it should last us at least two weeks. Of course, we both wore a mask and gloves to be as protected as we possibly could.
The funny thing was, Saturday was the first day in a while that I actually did my hair and makeup. The sad part of Saturday was an awful video we watched online from CNN. Of course, it was heartbreaking and made me cry the makeup I just applied off. A young mother Katie Coelho of two in CT, lost her husband Jonathan to COVID-19. Katie’s story is powerful and I am attaching the link to the family’s Go Fund Me page for you to visit https://www.gofundme.com/f/vbe3b-covid19-relief, and if you are able to help at all, I know she will appreciate it. I have never met Katie, but listening to her talk about her husband was very touching.
On a different note, I do have a quote to share for Motivational Monday. I do hope you will find this quote motivating and it will help start your week off the best way possible. I would love to read your thoughts on this quote and if it offered you any motivation.
I know I have said this multiple times already, but I do think it is extremely important. If the state you live in has opened and ended restrictions, it is better safer than sorry to continue with good hand hygiene and social distancing. Think about how lucky we are to have our health and loved ones, but also remember all the innocent lives that were taken because of COVID-19 and how much families would love to still have those they held closest to them around for many more years.
Please never forget that I am always sending y’all LOTS of love , comfort, and many positive vibes!
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Stay safe, it’s really unfortunate that we as a race have such a poor reaction to what is taking place right now, i truly hope and pray for sanity, empathy and discipline. Xx
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It is really crazy in this world right now. I can’t understand how there are people out there that think this pandemic isn’t all that serious, which is ridiculous. My husband doesn’t want me going out much because it isn’t safe. They are opening up states now, which is not a good idea. I am with you on this, I hope and pray for sanity, empathy, and strength! Take care!