Day 2678: This Day

This day will be unlike any day we’ve seen before.

This day will bring:

  • new routines,
  • old routines,
  • fear,
  • hope,
  • local news,
  • global news,
  • food,
  • animals,
  • communication,
  • loneliness,
  • connection,
  • games,
  • humor,
  • tea,
  • fortune telling,
  • all the feelings,
  • different thoughts,
  • online therapy groups, and
  • these shared photos.

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This day will bring the coronavirus crisis and human behavior at its best and worst.

This day will bring this music:

This day, all your thoughts and feelings are welcome, as always.

This day, I have so much gratitude for all I have, including YOU.

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23 thoughts on “Day 2678: This Day

  1. synusthecyanwolf

    STOP EMAILING ME

    On Thu, 26 Mar 2020 at 12:27, The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally wrote:

    > Ann Koplow posted: “This day will be unlike any day we’ve seen before. > This day will bring: new routines, old routines, fear, hope, local news, > global news, food, animals, communication, loneliness, connection, games, > hu” >

    • You can change your notification settings in your WordPress account. The blog owner cannot do that for you.

    • On this day, I actually figured out a way to remove this person from the list of my blog followers, so they will stop receiving emails. Thanks for your response, Maureen!

  2. Is Aaron on his way home?

  3. A please and no caps would have been nicer…

  4. I think this day and the next and the one after will bring something good, and today I’m going to go look through the Shouts And Murmurs columns from The New Yorker, because I’ve gone too many days without reading them.

  5. puella33

    This day will bring hope. I also think that waiting for the end , while hearing the news arouses a lot of “what if;s” which bring more than the usual anxiety. It seems like a night mare, in which I try to wake up, but I don’t succeed. Thank God for the sun and this blog. Have a nice day

  6. if you think about it, each day is always unique from the others, we are just operating in a very speeded-up and imposed experience of the changes, making them more obvious. at least each day, i can count on having a thought provoking post from you, and that is something.

  7. This day is unique, this day is the same as yesterday same but different

  8. This day I saw a red lobster facing up to a hearing duck!

  9. My friend’s husband died and was buried today. My husband and one son went so that there would be a minyan for the burial. They stood far back. I did not go. This was a sad day like I have never seen before.

  10. This day…a blank slate with endless possibilities. May it be a happy one for you, Ann….

  11. Pingback: Day 2679: What are your priorities? | The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally

  12. This day was unlike that day but yet so similar, Ann.

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