Easier said than done. You have to put yourself in the best position to succeed and of course know what you want in life.
Regardless whether we are still in lockdown due to coronavirus or are about to reopen, everyday is chance to take advantage of the opportunity to become a better person. Don’t let it slip by you.
If you are facing a health crisis whether it is dealing with coronavirus or an underlining condition …the best thing you can do is remain positive and don’t give up.
During this global pandemic it is important more than ever to make the best of what ever situation you face. I know it is easier said than done. We are all affected by the events around us and it is how we respond is how we individually will succeed.
In light of this pandemic …remain safe stay healthy.
During these turbulent times, it is good to remember while we are practicing social distancing and isolation:
Being quarantined at home can be both fun as you get to be with your loved ones more, work on home projects but at the same time it also means lack of work, lack of places to be and a lot of uncertainty. Keep in mind the following:
Stay healthy, Stay safe.
Here is something that might help inspire you during a time of uncertainty.
In case you are wondering what happened to me, it’s simple my daughter passed away …January 29,2020
It’s been a surreal experience when you the parent buries your child. I had wrote a post about being her conservator, it wasn’t easy. It was stressful and there were very tense moments, then a phone call that I needed to come to her place of residents to be told she had passed away. I have moments when I cry then I am dry. I have Moments I laugh at a memory we shared. Then I have uncontrollable tears with the thought that she is really gone. This is not a dream that I will wake up from and go wow … let me tell you about a dream I had…nope. Right now I am not sure what the cause of death is, waiting for Medical Examiners report. In her death my daughter brought people together people I worked with showed up at her funeral people her mother worked with showed up, family showed up my wife, step daughter and her son and my sister in law showed up, friends long time friends showed up, those that didn’t show showed their concern in texts and phone calls it was all touching. My daughter would have been proud to see her child hood friends all together one last time. Her final days were wrecked wit so much pain, she had been in and out the hospital so much it was hard to keep track, that when she died there was a sense of relief that she will not be suffering anymore, yet there are moments when I miss her, moments when I still find myself looking at my phone seeing if she called me and I missed her call, there are moments when I don’t sleep a whole night through. Parents aren’t supposed to bury their children. I miss you Melissa, R.I.P.