Patiently Awaiting Normal

I didn’t go to church today and may not for a few weeks. I don’t plan on going to yoga practice for the next month or two. I will not get on an airplane or spend an afternoon at the mall. I may begin working from home this week, if deemed necessary, and only visit the grocery store for absolute necessities. Social distancing is now a “thing” in the U.S. in order to keep the COVID-19 virus from spreading exponentiallyRead more

One Eye Open

“Keep one eye open for the bad guy.” ~Vesta Williams~ I’m a little miffed at the bad guy I’m a lot perturbed and I’ll tell you why She left me alone for two whole days The bad guy left for her biking ways I’m keeping one eye open for this one And ignoring birds and bright, yellow sun The bad guy better not leave any time soon Because I need to be fed close to noon The bad guy knowsRead more

Lock the Door

She let out an exhaustive sigh. “Mom, would you rather take your wheel chair today?” asked the daughter. “Are you tired?” The elderly matriarch nodded in affirmation and turned the walker around, her wrinkled right forearm resting wearily on the handle bar as she struggled to walk back down the hall to the waiting wheel chair. The week prior, daughter noticed her mom was struggling to use the walker that had been assisting her for several years. It was quiteRead more