I’ve still been busier than God all day – running an accounting department for a non-profit with an eight-figure annual budget means that this time of year is juuuuuuuust a bit hectic to begin with. And then the news alerts keep coming in making my phone sound like a pinball machine…
Here’s something I read from someone I trust (over on the social media side you’ll recognize her as someone I’ve been following and re-posting for about five years or more) and it explains a lot of what’s going – it’s an Extinction Burst.
So the next couple of weeks, i.e., the next eleven days in particular, could get very “interesting.” And by “interesting” I mean that there’s a chance that it could get “dangerous.” Even if it doesn’t come to that, it will most certainly be stressful and there will be moments when our lives might fill up with anxiety.
Take care of yourselves. Take care of each other.
Be smart. Be safe.
Breathe. Drink water. Get some exercise.
If you find yourself getting sucked into the crazy, it’s okay to turn it off. Listen to some music. (Probably not “Hamilton” or “Le Miz” right at the moment, if you know what I’m saying.) Read a book. Bing “Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist.” (There’s probably crying involved with that, but it’s the good kind.) Watch the Chiefs march toward back-to-back Super Bowls.
Oh, yeah – wear your mask. Stay home whenever you possibly can. Isolate. Wash your hands. Don’t forget that in addition to the attacks on our brains and our psyches, there’s a pretty significant attack on our physical wellbeing going on.
I want all of you here, healthy, probably happier, on February 1st. And December 31st. And onward.
One response to “Buckle Up!”
Yes, it’s got us worried this side, too, especially when we read about someone sensible making sure that the army don’t let the madman press those red buttons.
I think the only way to get through these next few weeks, is to completely kill the news. We don’t need it. We can’t do anything about it. A Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young number comes to mind… Can you tell me please… who won?
Just keep safe – and keep sane.
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