However, I do want to stay faithful to my commitments so if "Ageless Style" still continues on with their link ups I will do another fashion post the first Monday of April. I also realize that many of us will have more times on our hands as we are all stuck at home, and we may be spending more time at on the Internet and therefore the blogging community may be more important than ever. I don't want to further isolate myself by not communicating with you. So if I have time to post at all, it won't be about fashion, home decor, travel, or crafts, but it will be about how we're surviving the pandemic, our daily lives in isolation, or spiritual insight and encouragement.
Like many people, I don't know where this pandemic will lead. Some times I think it's all a hoax and we're all over-reacting. Other times I think it's for real and I fight back the fear with prayer and scripture. I just don't know. My thoughts and emotions go up and down like a roller coaster multiple times a day. Like Y2K twenty years ago, I hope a few weeks/months now we will all look back at this and laugh and say "I can't believe we were all so worried about nothing!" But until then, we have to be prepared for the worst and pray and hope for the best.
Instead of my usual closing signature of "Have A Great Day" I am leaving you with this encouraging verse from the Bible:
"Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with Thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus." Phil. 4: 6-7