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I'm trying to remember the past week but life is so monotonous under COVID-19 very little is coming to mind. I know I talked to my mom at some point over the weekend and I remember I checked the length of the call afterwards and saw we'd talked for at least 20 minutes, not that I can remember what about. I know she's been feeling nervous and was going to go outside for a brief walk to see if that helped settle her nerves. She was supposed to call me back if the walk did the trick but either it did not help or she forgot to call. It could be either one as she repeated a few things over the course of our call and I know she's not the only one feeling apprehensive. I'm feeling quite nervous over what the future holds myself. I'm worried about the election, the thinking ability of my relatives (especially those who think the president is a great businessman and leader), aging parents, and worrying about how well I'll be able to move this winter when the ground becomes covered with snow and ice. I'm having trouble keeping my balance on dry pavement, so I'm dreading slippery conditions.
Geez, aren't I a ray of sunshine today?
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