I'm so sorry that I haven't been writing. I have a flow going on and it's so sweet. I wake up and I go to work promptly at 8am. Although there are some that disagree, I love video conferencing. It allows me to further prep for the day. Instead of just making lists and calling people, I go to the bathroom and I put on my make up. I do my hair. I put on a work top and yoga pants. Shoes are optional so I keep them off. I have these mini-breaks where I check on the children and I go to the bathroom. I have lunch around noon and then I go back to work. I like it. I work until about 4pm. I like to take a nap right after. I wake up after 30-45 minutes and then I have a meal or a snack. Then I go for the highlight of my day. I put on my workout clothes. I put in my ear buds and I make my way to the park where I have the best seat in the place for the Light Show.
I don't know when I became addicted to the sky. I want to make sure I get it so I even check when it is so that I can go and watch the sun go down. I take pictures but no matter how many I take, it will never ever take the place of just being there and watching it. I can't get enough of it. I usually take Janet but even if she doesn't go, I will go by myself. Every now and again David will go with us but he prefers staying home. David is my cooking and cleaning buddy. That's how we spend time. Walking, shopping and baking are Janet things.
After the sun is put to bed, I start my walk. There are times when I have been cleaning so I do half of my steps at home. Most of the time, I will walk 10,000 which is about 5 miles? I have started a squatting challenge with a friend. By the time I'm done at night, I have no words. I am more focused and I have more energy during the day. I write in my prayer journal in the night time and I spend time with my children and with God.
I like this flow that I have going on. I will write more now that I have a few minutes. I miss you and I miss the words that I have for you all. God is good to us in this pandemic. Stay safe and sane, Friends. I'll see you when I see you.