March has felt like one of the longest years—I mean months—ever. As an immunosuppressed family, we’ve been in isolation since late February. Thankfully, Mama and I like being at home, but we miss spending more time outdoors and seeing our neighbors’ faces.
Today our spirits were brightened by a wonderful singing family in the U.K. Their lockdown adaption of “One Day More” from Les Mis was outstanding and we’ve been watching it over and over! The video is embedded below or you can click the link to see for yourself.
Mama and I spent some time in our backyard garden today and it felt great to soak in the sun and yank out a few weeds. The persistent poppy in the photo was growing THROUGH the brick pavers and so I felt she deserved a cameo in today’s post. The beautiful lavender flowers attracted dozens of bees and I was happy to see them thriving!
We put up this giant window sign today giving thanks for health care heroes, grocery workers, truckers, and everyone working to keep things going in these trying times. Beneath it sits a couple of teddy bears for any kids out on a “bear hunt!” We hope our front window adds a bit of cheer to the neighborhood!
On this day…
- 1 year ago: Seizing the sunshiny day
- 2 years ago: Brisket delivery from treasured friend
- 3 years ago: A good day
- 4 years ago: Relief and hope
- 6 years ago: Joyful Tech Innovations