It’s Easter! Although this is probably the first Easter that I didn’t go to church, it was one of the most enjoyable. We colored eggs while watching church online. We have the technology to do amazing things. Plus I didn’t have to dress up or anything.
And more compliments on my hair.
Clara was able to travel safely back home to Germany where she was reunited with her family.
We have been getting cards in the mail from friends and family telling us how special we are to them. It really means a lot.
I have been digging out memory boxes from storage from our wedding and when the kids were little. It brings back many happy times that I’ve almost forgotten.
A huge snowstorm is making its way through Wisconsin and it looks like it might miss us.
Life has gotten a lot quieter and less rushed. I like it more that way. When this whole isolation thing is over I might examine how busy I want my life to be going forward. It has given us the opportunity to look at what we want to keep or get rid of.
I am thankful for self-awareness.
I am thankful that all of my friends and family are healthy and safe.
I am grateful that today I am making the most out of the situation we find ourselves in. Although it doesn’t feel like Easter, or spring, we can take what we have and make the best of it.