Where The Rubber Hits The Road

30 Days of goodness: Day 8

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Here we are again. I’m really hoping that this isn’t starting to read like a bad Facebook feed…drivel about what I did and what I ate. The world has become much smaller for all of us, so this is all I have to offer for now. Just want you to know, wherever you are, whatever you’re doing…I’m sending out love and good thoughts to you right now! You are loved and you matter!

On the home front

We finished watching the Twilight saga. So many nights of making fun of bad acting and a horrible story line!

I’m supposed to be reading Jane Eyre for one of my classes. I’m way behind but I discovered it on audio and was able to do choirs and paint while doing homework! Double duty!

I got to see my parents today…from a distance, of course. I dropped something off at their house and got to visit for a few minutes on their doorstep. I miss them something terrible and it was so nice to at least see their faces in the flesh.

 

In the news

Sikhs Around the World Are Sending Thousands of Donated Meals to Elderly and People in Self-Isolation

Sikhs Around the World Are Sending Thousands of Donated Meals to Elderly and People in Self-Isolation

School Parents Have Pooled Thousands of Dollars as Thank You Gifts to Janitorial Staff Sanitizing Schools

School Parents Have Pooled Thousands of Dollars as Thank You Gifts to Janitorial Staff Sanitizing Schools

Love in the Time of Corona: NYC Man is Now Dating His Neighbor After He Creatively Woos Her in Quarantine

Love in the Time of Corona: NYC Man is Now Dating His Neighbor After He Creatively Woos Her in Quarantine

I have to comment on this one because it’s so cute. A guy saw a girl dancing on a rooftop across from his and sent his drone over to her with his phone number. They had a nice dinner…on their opposing rooftops and he shouted to her that she looked beautiful. So sweet! Life carries on!

 

Inspiration for the day

“She would only point out the salvation that was latent in his own soul, and in the soul of every man. Only connect! That was the whole of her sermon. Only connect the prose andmilky-way-4006343__480 the passion, and both will be exalted, and human love will be seen at its height. Live in fragments no longer.”
― E.M. Forster, 

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