HOLD ON

In the lull between winter and spring, when the weather is so changeable, my feelings are too. Down, up, and in-between. Out of sorts like the weather, liking it more when things calm down and stay that way.

Spring will burst forth along with feelings that also feel bursting. Until then hunker down a bit more before the fire to watch the flames lick up like hungry red tongues and enjoy what is a bit longer.

Soon we will finally be safe to take a trip to see our grand-baby for the first time in person. Samuel sat at the computer one night last week finding us appointments for our vaccines after my many attempts with less success.

And it looks like we are on the way out of this mess, but still must hold on for a bit longer. It is hard, this ‘holding on.’ Yet in the quietness of less to go and do, there are thoughts of just how clever and innovative the human race is.

Although there is much evil abounding in the X-President and those in his cult, there are as many or more that serenely go about their business with integrity, honesty and compassion. We just don’t hear as much about that. But it is alive in the creation of vaccines, and in so many other things.

Hold on, hold on, hold on…

One thought on “HOLD ON

  1. I’m so happy for you that you’ll be vaccinated before too long. I’m still too young (mid 50’s) to get vaccinated in my state. Been trying to get my husband (mid 60’s) to get vaccinated but he keeps dragging his feet.

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