A Moment

It’s amazing how quickly our daily routines can be turned over to something unexpected. I have been working remotely for exactly three days now, not including the weekend, since the Covid-19 outbreak. It is hitting me harder than I thought.

I am a social person in terms of loving the everyday hustle of work, errands, interruptions and family. But since being confined to my home, and working through conference calls and emails I am more anxious, annoyed and short-tempered than ever before.

My only thought in saving myself is turning to prayer, trusting God and diving into my artwork as an outlet. This blog is my story, another outlet for reaching out and grasping at any social life I can. This truly is a test  from the good Lord above of how I deal with isolation, confined to my home.

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