What a year this has turned in to and March hasn’t even come to an end yet.
I’m sure I’m not the only one who feels like the last week or so has lasted months.
Mr. Scruffy and I are already remote workers and have been for awhile, but when you’re faced with the idea that you shouldn’t and can’t leave, it weighs on you.
Believe me, we don’t want to be out and about if we can absolutely help it and we’re staying home. Our D&D game has moved to online meetups. Aside from one of us rushing to the grocery store once a week, since we are out of any delivering area, we’re holed up at home.
But the stress is there. The worry. The fear. All of it. We both lost loved ones this month (not to Covid thankfully) that there’s no closure in site for. Knowing how we feel without that closure, not being able to be there to say goodbye or see family during this time is devastating. It’s small potatoes for those that are isolated from their loved ones during this crisis, losing their loved ones to this virus and can’t be there when they leave us…that breaks my heart even more.
This is our world right now. It is incomprehensible, but yet this is what we’re living in right now.
Through all of this, I just wanted you to know that you’re not alone in feeling the weight of what’s going on in the world today. I can only hope that Today’s Struggle truly does become Tomorrow’s Strength.