Wednesday, April 28, 2021

Moving forward, but slowly.... very slowly


 While much of America is ‘getting back to normal’ and getting out and about because the pandemic is ‘over,’ I am still much more comfortable staying in my shell a bit longer. Because the pandemic is, of course, NOT over! Even though many, including myself, are now vaccinated, many more are not. And, until the number of cases and deaths stops climbing, the virus is still here, changing and growing stronger. I also confess that I did not find the isolation as difficult as I thought it would be. I believe doing without things and activities and demands that I had believed to be important has been good for me. It has taught me that there is more that I don’t need than I realized, and I do not miss those things and demands at all.

I continue to stay in my smaller orbit, working in my studio, seeing a few vaccinated friends outside, and still wearing a mask when I go to the grocery store. This will all be over someday, but, surprisingly, I find I am not in a rush. As an introvert, my little woven web has been comfortable enough, and I find that I am more comfortable in it that I am in the larger, much more complex 'out there' filled with so many others who are not as careful as I have been.

2 comments:

Bishop Stone said...

At times like this I am so happy that I like spending time in my studio and new garden.

K Spoering said...

I so agree! I visited your blogs and see that you spin some gorgeous yarns! I often wish I had pursued spinning as well, to knit with mainly. But, as I can’t seem to keep up with the things I already do, I’ll probably not start that something new, as yet anyway.