Day 2654: What I choose to see

There is so much to see, every day, that we all choose to see certain things.

During these times, I choose to see

  • hope,
  • the best in people,
  • the light at the end of this dark, who-knows-how-long tunnel,
  • signs of spring,
  • the benefits of  my on-line therapy groups,
  • helpful connections, and
  • probable immunity to COVID-19 for me and Michael.

What do you choose to see in my photos from yesterday?

























Did you choose to see the robin, the dog, the ducks, and the milk fish? What else did you see?

I choose to see one of my favorite songs“I Can See Clearly Now”  by Johnny Nash — on YouTube.

As always, I choose to see gratitude, so thanks to all who are doing their best during these strange and difficult times (including YOU).




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30 thoughts on “Day 2654: What I choose to see

  1. A couple of Mexicans snoozing under their sombreros

  2. i see people trying to support and help each other, reaching out in whatever way they are able, while trying to manage their way through this new way of life and that is something to behold.

  3. I agree, it’s best to not take life too seriously. The philosophers I attune to are the ones with a good sense of humor. I too choose to see the silver lining with any situation no matter how bleak. It’s all for tbe greater good in the end. We are all interconnected, life needed to slow down in order to show us that. What happens to one happens to us all. We must rise together, hand in hand. Loving one another more is the answer. That is what our world needs right now. Compassion, empathy and love ❤❤❤❤

  4. Here’s to the air hug, Ann.

  5. I choose to see good times ahead!

  6. I see a lot of signs that we’ll get through this, and I take it as a good sign that I’m seeing a lot of signs reassuring people that it’s okay to not be as productive as usual. My boss keeps telling me and others, “This is an extraordinary situation, taking care of yourselves is the highest priority.”

  7. Happy almost-Passover to you, Ann.
    We are thinking of dabbing our doorposts with rubbing alcohol this year

  8. puella33

    I love the photos of the ocean which lead to the ” Beyond” , with an imaginary bridge as if there were an exit to all this.. I’m pleasantly amazed that neighbors believe in the power of prayer

  9. When this wickedness passes maybe we will learn one thing. Not to take the best and most important things in life for granted. Be grateful. We certainly have had humility thrust upon us. May we practice it in the future without the precursor of threat.

  10. So much to connect to in nature right now. I find it soothing. Entertainment is losing its pull 🙏

  11. I choose to see the good people around, those who are doing the right thing

  12. Peep kabobs! I did not know such a thing existed.

  13. Pingback: Day 2691: The coronavirus pandemic has changed our world | The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally

  14. What’s most important now is to stay healthy and happy (๑ˊ͈ ॢꇴ ˋ͈)〜♡॰

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