Thursday, September 10, 2020

In Which I Interrupt My Own Blogging Break

Dearest Readers ~

Hey, how are ya' doing!

I'm loving my blogging break ... puttering outside in the garden, gathering with small groups of friends, ice cream runs, leading a Women's Pandemic Support Group, staying pretty much offline and away from the news, hoping for a jaunt or two over the bridge to the 'mainland,' anticipating the future even as I savor the two steps forward one step back cadence of autumn's arrival.

I'm dropping by to share a new page on the website with you, a gathering place for pandemic resources.  I plan to keep it updated often as life continues to unfold.  

Click pandemic support to catch up on all the conversations we've shared about the tremendous impact of the coronavirus on every aspect of our lives.  Some music that will soothe your soul.  Scriptures to build your faith.

And for you Cape Codders, info on Round #2 of a Women's Pandemic Support Group that God has serendipitously pulled together.

I hope you are well and finding mid-September to be offering you pockets of sheer delight right in the middle of ongoing change, uncertainty, and busyness.

If you haven't subscribed to the blog, there's no better time than the present!  Head right over here.

May the Spirit gently still your soul in the midst of it all ~

Linda

15 comments:

  1. Leave it to you to brighten even the darkest days, my friend. Hugs and love being sent your say today!

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  2. Sorry - I meant to say being sent your "way" today! Not say. :)

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    1. May your weekend be filled with all things light and bright and uplifting, Cheryl!

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  3. How wonderful and generous of you, Linda! I'll be sure to check it out.
    Blessings!

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    1. It's good to have everything someone might want to look through in one place. I pray it's helpful ...

      ;-)

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  4. Glad you are enjoying your Blocation ('blogging vacation')!

    I don't know what the future holds
    (my fever's spiked again),
    but I believe what I've been told,
    that the reason I remain
    is that God's still got plans for me,
    some job that He needs done,
    and while it may be misery,
    it's also kinda fun
    to beat the cancer back each day,
    and live on through the night;
    this is how I earn my pay,
    and Lord, I love the fight!
    Although you may well hear me scream,
    I'm dyin' good, livin' the dream.

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    1. Like you, I haven't had a 'real' vacation in a long time. This will have to do!

      I hope you and Barb and all those 4 footed beasts will catch some rest this weekend ...

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  5. How great of you to add a page for pandemic support, Linda. Thank you. And if I lived near you, I would love to sit in on your support group. Thank you for being such an encourager. Love and blessings to you!

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  6. Definitely clicking over to that page, Linda! I would love to be in your group too if we lived closer. This pandemic is definitely taking its toll on my spirit. :( My older sister is currently getting over covid, and one of my best friends is just starting, along with everyone in her family. It gets to be overwhelming.

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    1. I am sorry to hear how covid has impacted those you love, Lisa. It is all overwhelming and for sure, like you said so well, this is taking its toll on our spirits.

      I'm praying for you and yours right now, friend ...

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  7. So, it appears I'm very late to the party I've enjoyed reading the pandemic resources you've gathered throughout the year. Thanks for making them available! Enjoy the rest of your blogging break!

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    1. You're never late around here, friend! After all, look how long it took me to respond to your visit ...

      ;-)

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