What cha going to do in times like this?
1) Count your blessings
2) Stay positive
3) Pick up the phone and check on family and friends
4) Take a walk
5) Grab a book
6) Create some art
7) Finish those chores that have been put aside
8) Count your blessings
Think about the days when there was no electricity, no video games, no cell phones, and no fast-food. Even during shelter in place, we still have access to the essential/and non essential things of life. Look on the bright side, we as a society have alot more going for us than others.
First day of shut down, I took a serious look on how to make the most of my time.What is a bored photographer to do but to go out to the garden and come up with all kinds of ’s-t-u-f-f ‘ to take pictures of. You have to keep a sense of humor in situations so I picked one item that seemed to be the ‘subject’ of everyone’s hoarding and shopping experiences. A simple but needful item that proved it could be used in many scenarios.
Look at this!
It can hide anywhere
It blends in beautifully
Has many uses
Has a bright outlook despite it’s predominate view
Can be used as a prop for Pet photos
The dog loved it
The cat tore it up
Fits into my wine carrier like it was made for it
What about the baker man planter! Ready for the oven:)
Keep positive and know that with our combined efforts of diligence, abiding by the recommendations and looking out for each other that ‘this too shall pass’.