If anything good can be said about this pandemic, its that it is making us slow down. As a country, the United States' population is always racing here and there with our double-booked schedules. Now we're forced to stop and smell the roses and hope a bee doesn't sting us.
There hasn't been much in my journal beside the coronavirus and its impact. That's what this post will cover, navigating COVID-19 the second week after it was found in my state.
A lot of people fanboyed and fangirled over the actors and musicians. For me, it was an author. Gary Chapman, author of The 5 Love Languages. A must-read for any couple. That wasn't his topic, though. His topic was on apology languages and dealing effectively with failures. It makes sense. To some people, "sorry" isn't good enough. Two essentials to start: keep love and appreciation in marriage and deal effectively with failures by apologizing and forgiving.
Life hasn't slowed down since I returned from the marriage cruise. I wanted to tell you about it and what we learned. Except, I have to prioritize my time and think about the quality of the posts.