I have stayed at home for one month and five days, obeying the rules of my State, New Jersey. My children have kept me fed by bringing me groceries, and leaving them at the front door of my home,
I have not left the house, except to sit on my patio in the backyard, and get some fresh air and sun. I have not ventured out or gone to any store, and cancelled all my appointments. I am working hard at keeping my spirits up. I know many of you are feeling the same as I am and understand what I mean.
My Television is on constantly, watching movies, shows, and learning what so many others are doing to keep us safe, and they inspire me—a thank you will never be enough.
However, there will be a time when this will pass and we will resume as normal a life as possible. Like any other pandemic or wars, or 9/11. We will never forget, and we will go on.
My hope for all of you out there is keep positive, keep busy and most of all keep safe.
Today is a very special day—for most of us, it is Easter Sunday, or Passover, and we are faced with the most destructive contagion seen in a hundred years.
Remember, in this country, when we are faced with a pandemic, we keep on going, never to stop in defeat. In the past, we have never given up—always fighting for freedom and justice, and we will, once again, overcome this latest setback.
I am a music lover, so this prompt hits home. I love all kinds of music, ballads, country, operas, and many classics. The one classical I hum over and over in my mind is “RACHMANINOFF’S Rhapsody On ATheme of Paganini, as played in Somewhere in Time, a romantic, science fiction movie in 1980, starring the late Christopher Reeves, and Jane Seymour. When I hear it I am mesmerized by the melody. It speaks to me of love so strong that time means nothing. I understand it was used to test the market for Soundtrack sales. I was sold!
This is a good time to write about Curves we all have felt in life, especially now with COVID-19. I am at home like many of us Americans, trying to keep a positive outlook for the future of all of us and our country. I joined the “Discover Prompt, loving it, and today’s being CURVES, and it follows below: