AprilA2Z Reflections

This was year three for me. As I sit and ponder 🤔 my 2020 experience, I realize how easy the content flowed in response to a word of the day choice set amidst lockdown. I’ve always written to release the hounds. This challenge was therapeutic. What was harder was finding time to read others posts. And that’s the best part folks. Finding hidden gems in our blogging community. See a lovely post about morsels from the lovely Maggie right here. Looking at the master list more often surely would’ve expanded my horizons.

I’m working at home during the pandemic. Blessed to have a job when so many others don’t. The new normal runs at a marathon pace. I’ve not slowed down or missed a step. Which is the primary reason I didn’t get around much. And in this context, getting around is a good thing.

I need a day off. Weekends aren’t cutting it. Though one perk is that in response to preventing burn out during COVID19, I’ve tuned out the last few Saturdays and Sundays. Seriously! I pack up my backpack on Friday evening putting away the laptop. The security protocols to get back online and in business are too much of a bother. If it’s important some will call 🤙 me.

The road trip will be an opportunity. Said in my Ray Walston as Mr. Hand from Fast Times at Ridgemont High voice over “this is my time”. I’m ready!!!!

As always more to come.

13 thoughts on “AprilA2Z Reflections

  1. You’ll have plenty of opportunity to visit the other blogs during the Road Trip, which officially kicks off a week from next Monday. Stay tuned! You did a great job and I enjoyed your entries!

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  2. Congrats on making it to the finish line. I found with all the time we now have at home it got harder as the month passed along to blog hop as much. I am going to do my darndest to hit as many as I can in the following weeks.
    Stu
    Tale Spinning

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  3. Jilly, thank you so much for the mention. It means so much that you found the post worth sharing. I am retired and have a hard time keeping up, so kudos to you for all you accomplish. Some of my family have lost their jobs, some are working from home and some are considered essential and going to work every day. What an experience for all of us!

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