a world-wide time of stress
We, like everyone else,
are now living in a bubble...
Diversion, defiance and self-resiliance
are the motivating factors behind this page
our goal ~ to survive as a family and as a community
I can only think one thought at a time.
So, when I am hounded by a negative thought, depression or anxiety,
I strive to replace it with a positive distraction...
It required a lot of perseverance but it pays dividends.
Puddle jumping is for all...
Under 100 new cases.
I recently received this document from America. So depressing!
I am ever so thankful Mary & I live in Oz. Purely a personal opinion. (My comments in blue)
A circuit breaker
We all need circuit breakers
That 'something' that enables us to escape.
At this time of social isolation, personal and interpersonal stress, employment unpredictability
and emotional discomfort we particularly need distractions.
My family, my computer, my writing, my online interactions ~ These are my circuit breakers; all helping to maintain a sense of in-touchedness with reality...
for my latest 'distraction'
You might find the route that works.
But can you explain why?
3 September, 1995 (Fathers' Day)
The countdown begins
They say that scientists have found that the longer people are married the more they start to look the same…
Someone, don't know who, posted this as proof.