I had a dream last night that a vaccination was made for the Coronavirus but the president wouldn’t allow it. I woke up pissed off and afraid and also worried that it wasn’t really a dream.
Sometimes my thoughts just zoom way out of my reality and I can’t come to terms with what’s really going on in our world. But then I see beautiful people singing on their balconies in an effort to help everyone feel like they aren’t alone in this.
And then I realize this *is* our reality. Coming together over this very preventable travesty has brought about a new version of myself.
If yesterday was designated as a day to consciously move slower and with more intention, let today be the day we realize what we do have:
Today I’m celebrating people fighting the good fight. I’m celebrating the planet which apparently is trying to tell us how much they needed a break from us. I’m trying to refocus this forced pause on our lives, into opportunity. What are we learning from this as each day goes on?
I’m learning that while anything can happen, one thing is for certain: Our filthy excuse for a presidential administration will not prevail. We will.
Thanks to everyone who is working overtime to protect, serve and give others the will to survive. We all are for ever indebted to you.
So called mom