Stay Safe & Enjoy Your Friday Eve!
Hello, Friday Eve! How has your week been so far? Is it just me or are the weeks feeling longer? My week hasn’t been bad, but it has felt LONG! I mean, Tuesday was like Monday all over again, but worse! Sometimes it feels like people just live their lives to complain and cause others to have a bad day. I do believe in that “kill them with kindness” thought process, but sometimes people just won’t go away no matter how nice I am! It is kind of sad that some people are that miserable with their lives.
Something that continues to blow my mind is how many people still think this virus is a hoax. Yes, numbers can lie, but science isn’t lying with saying how serious this virus is. I hope that I am wrong, but I do not think having children go back to school right now is the best idea. Children can and do get COVID-19, but they might bring it home to their parents and even grandparents. This is not safe and can cause people to unnecessarily get a deadly virus.
Okay enough negative talk, let’s find a more positive thing to think about. I always think that by today, we need a little pick me up! I have a wonderful quote from an amazing woman! In our world there has been too many finger pointing and negative ways to view people that are different from others. In my eyes, I think we are all equal and should be respected. I do not like the way leaders of the United States treats and refers to others. I also really think calling COVID-19 the Chinese virus is disrespectful and just WRONG! I do not care where a person is from, the color of a person’s skin, who the worship, or who a person loves because at least they love!
Thank you for visiting my site today. I hope the quote I shared with y’all today gave you the pick me up needed to get through one last day of this week. I am looking forward to reading any comments you might have and promise to respond as quickly as I can. Also, please continue to stay safe and do what is necessary! Please never forget that I am always sending y’all LOTS of love, comfort, support, and many positive vibes!
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