Find The Light

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  1. To avoid Coronavirus, we’ve been told to stay at least two yards away from everybody, and to wash your hands every hour or so. No handshakes, no hugs, no kissing. Disinfect your flat shiny surfaces in the home with a cleansing spray. Don’t go into crowded rooms with no ventilation. No public transport. In fact, stay away from people, and shop on the internet if possible.
    The peak of the disease is reckoned to be June-July.
    Love that photograph of the moon. If you know where to look you can see Neil Armstrong waving !

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    1. That is all excellent advice, John. This is the first I’ve heard it and I THANK YOU! All we are hearing here are scare tactics left and right which makes me so darn angry! I know I made a good decision about the gym but I rely on that place to keep my body strong. I must come up with an exercise program that includes resistance and weight at home.
      I pray the peak you are speaking of is not that long. And I’m very glad you enjoyed that moon! Isn’t She beautiful??? Stay safe! xo

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  2. I believe sound sleep is the best medicine to keep us stress free, no matter if we are lying on bed or floor. I wish if I can sleep like you!
    Yes, this virus is a lot scary. Thankfully my daughter’s exams got over today and now all schools are closed.
    Be safe and healthy and Moon looks so beautiful through your lens♥️

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    1. Deeksha, I normally don’t sleep like that, believe me. It was absolute exhaustion that took over. I’m already crawling the walls trying to stay home and do my gym workouts here without weights. I have resistant bands but they are not the same as weights and machines. OH how I miss the gym already. I’ll feel better tomorrow when it’s a better day to go roaming in a forest with my camera.
      And I thank you on the compliment regarding my moon picture. Hope your day was a good one! xo

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      1. My days have lots of ups and downs these days and each day news about corona virus is so depressing. But I am trying to keep my spirits high.
        Thankfully forests are safe. I am sure you will find beautiful pictures and Mother Nature is always comforting from all the hustle bustle of city life.
        Be safe and have a great weekend!!

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      2. I’m consciously staying away from any source of hearing about this virus, Dee. I’m focusing on just my life and my family and that’s about it for now.
        I don’t live in the city thank goodness. Today went by as in a blur for all I did do, and tomorrow I hear is supposed to be warmer out so I have every intention of getting into a forest. YAY! Have a great weekend too! Be safe! xo

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    1. Thank you, Frank!! I was just thinking today that to put things into perspective, officials should state the stats of how many people so far have contracted this virus compared to the total number of people on the planet. Yes it is dangerous yet the panic media has created is a nightmare! I’m groping for the light and when I find it, I will hang on for dear life! xo

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    1. Thank you, Sonia! All of us will get through this. What is so important to remember is to stay calm and rational. To give into the panic and fear in motion now is death itself. Stay safe and be wise! Much love to you! xo

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    1. SO awesome that moon was, Rob! You stay safe and healthy too. A part of me can’t even believe this is really happening. Again my husband was unable to get his TP at the store. He called later and a manager told him the moment the truck came in, within minutes all the TP was gone. People are NUTS! Tomorrow is going to be a nice day out. I’m heading for a forest with my camera and leaving all this crazy behind!! xo

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    1. Thank you, Rabirius. That first photo was actually a bloop. The shutter speed was too slow so you can see motion in the image. Yet, the composition as you pointed out I really liked so I kept it. I’m so glad I did! Have a great weekend!! xo

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  3. Only yesterday, two persons tested positive to the virus in my country. And the scare and fear are palpable. We are all washing our hands, taking in lots of Vitamin C giving fruits and staying away from crowds. Generally trying to stay safe. 🙂
    All shall pass. 🙂 Do keep safe. 🙂

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    1. The mass hysteria is shocking, Celestine. We all just need to be cautious and use our common sense. I’ve been taking a lot of immune booster supplements for months so I’m confident I will be OK. The only fly in my ointment in my life is the gym so for now I’m avoiding it. Better safe then sorry. Stay safe. Don’t feed the fear. Stay strong and centered. (((HUGS)))!! xo

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  4. Way to go Amy, just do you and let go all else. That sleep was exactly that, though I am surprised all your fur babies didn’t come and lay with/on/near you for all that love you give out. It would have been a great family share on the floor at their level 😂 😀 ❤️ 🙏🏽 🦋

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    1. I live with a Mr. Doomsday, Mark, and believe me, lately it has been tough not being effected. I keep saying things like …. put things into perspective. How many have gotten this virus compared to the total population? Or …. Can’t you see the news is sensationalizing this? Or …. Things have gotten blown way out of proportion.
      As for that nap, I think all our babies were themselves sleeping. Otherwise I would not have been alone on the floor, believe you me! LOL I have enough of that as it is when I attempt to take a break on our couch. I’m coveted real-estate. LOL Much love to you! xo

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      1. lol. I have no doubt you are coveted real estate dear lady. I would think even as you walk on by they plot and plan to attract your attention 🤣
        As for the virus, 99% of people will only get a mild flu. The drawback is that it is so easily spread that those much older or with compromised immune systems will be hit the hardest. All we have to do is keep good health practices…for them.
        Much love and light to you and yours also dear lady, may their plots grow thicker 😂 xox

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      2. I have autoimmune issues, Mark, so that is the reason why I opted not to go to the gym. Yet I’m basically crawling the walls even with my resistance bands workout today.
        Oh stop about my cats, already! They are enough as it is! LOL I don’t dare go on a couch that one of them is on …. oh the paybacks! And that is just one thing … Too funny!

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      3. Ah, so you too need some isolation. Me too. So I rely on my Elderberry extract. It binds virus’s (colds, flu etc) and slows down their multiplication rate and allows your immune system to catch up. Where normally a flu will hit and you are feeling really bad for that first 4 or 5 days the Elderberry reduces it to 2 or 3 days. And with a compromised immune that can be the difference of it getting nasty or not. Lots of research on it even though the internet has much for and against it. I can feel it working and that suits me just fine, placebo or not. I suppose that’s the advantage of believing in yourself lol 😀 ❤️ 🙏🏽 🦋
        And I think you need one of those house video camera’s to catch all those magic moments with the cats, you’ll end up with a series for TV on Funniest Home Video’s with all that happens, humans and cats lol 😂 🤣

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      4. I too take Elderberry, Mark. I make my own. I was shocked that the main sources (quality) are sold out. I’ve got a total of 5 pounds to last until hopefully where I usually get my berries will again have them. I take 2 shots a day. Each batch I make takes 2 cups with 4 cups of water, and that lasts about one week. I don’t believe it is a placebo. It really is helping my immune system get stronger.
        Not a bad idea about that video. Hmmmm ….. We used to have a camera all set up in the kitchen to catch one of our cats doing the no-no but! They knew it was there and to this day we cannot clearly make out which cat is was. They are too darn smart!!

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  5. You’ve got it all under control then dear lady. And your right, not placebo as I can really feel its difference also.
    And your fur babies are very smart dear lady, and oh so loveable. Maybe they have cameras around on you guys lol 😂

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    1. I have to really listen to my Inner Guidance regarding the gym. I’m not certain right now about going. I’m finally for the first time in well over one year feeling stronger and better and I’m just not willing to compromise the improvements I’ve made. Though I don’t enjoy the resistance bands, I honestly do see how I look as though I did work out. I’ve begun opening my gardens so that all by itself is a workout and a half. All will work out. No doubt.
      Another interesting fact about our cats. I know they communicate with Karma next door. I know. Not quite sure if she with them though. They are sneaky darn it and it’s tough to catch on. You’ve got to be on their level of being which requires a very quiet mind. In the moment … in the zone. Do you have any idea how my mind goes? Super speed. LOL One reason why the forest is a must for me. (wink!)

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      1. I have no doubt your heart can hear them all my friend, whether around your babies (horse or cats) or in the forest. You can even hear the crocuses let alone your forest friends.
        Maybe this is a blessing, time to slow and absorb on a greater level. And even your images may sing that new ‘life’ as well 😀 ❤️ 🙏🏽 🦋

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    1. Thank goodness is right, Eliza! And once both of our gardens are opened, we will be outdoors in them, another huge grounding element for us. I am so grateful for Nature in my life! xo

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  6. It’s really tough on people with no money to stockpile…Good way to get rid of the useless eaters I guess…I have no money but they won’t get rid of me! We get screwed at every corner we wish to take. Eat well, eat fresh veggies etc. but now ya gotta worry about the virus on your food as it now lives for 3 days. It’s endless…I think the less we think about all of it the better! I’m just staying as healthy as I can and taking strong immune support…The light will keep us safe as long as we stay in it 🙂 Hope all is well there…Hugs to you and the babies….Hi to hubby…Love…VK ❤

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    1. We all are doing the best we know how to do, VK. Unfortunately the media has stroked up a huge fire of pandemonium. It’s completely nuts what people are doing, stripping the shelves bare of everything. From this day onward, I am staying away from any kind of news of this virus. We are taking precautions and being safe in every way we can.
      Hugs back to you!!! Have a great weekend!! I will tell Hubby hi from you. Thank you and much love to you! xo

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  7. I would like to say that picture of the moon instills calm in me. It is FABULOUS. I am going to focus on all of the wonderful things people are doing for one another. Because they are out there in abundance! 🙂

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    1. Thank you, Colleen, about my moon shot. I’m thrilled it instills calmness in you. We all need that in these insane days. Focus on all the beauty in this world and by doing so you will keep your head above the raging river of panic that is being seen everywhere. Much love to you, dear friend. Have a great Sunday! xo

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  8. Wise words Amy.. Stress lowers our immune system.. So we should all find our quiet place of peace and calm… meditate within our own vision of a beautiful healthy happy World… And for me I don’t go to the gym.. But I do lift a couple of hand weights and do walking Zumba to happy music….
    Keep your Light burning bright Amy.. And there is a New Moon coming soon…. Focus on your intention on that day…. it will help amplify it into action…
    loved your images and the Moon is Brilliant…
    Love and well wishes.. Take care.. and we will do the same… ❤

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    1. There is a beautiful blessing coming out of me using the resistance bands instead of going to the gym. My body is responding so much better to them then the weights and the machines. Whoa! Yesterday I had practically one entire day with barely any pain and what I accomplished was like the good old days when I just kept on going. Just wow! Today walking with 25 pounds on me in the forest with all my equipment, I had a period of intense pain. I talked to myself saying just walk it out, Amy, walk it out. And I did! As of this writing, hours later, I’m not in pain. Oh what a glorious state of being!
      My light is burning brightly, Sue. Not only for me but for this entire family. Thank you for mentioning the New Moon. I will have my focus on it for Health and Happiness not only for myself but for this planet.
      Much love to you and hubby! SO happy you stopped by to see me. xoxoxoxoxo

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    1. You are so welcome, Andrew. Please take good care of yourself as well. Crazy times we are currently living in. Stay well, stay calm, and be happy! Much love to you! xo

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    1. We all have our little ways to find the calm in the storm. We have a beautiful backyard with most of our one acre of land kept wild for the birds. No wires. No poles. No houses. And as I look out my kitchen window, my soul sighs and I can breathe again. (smile) I also thank you for the compliment on my pictures. I love my cameras and I love to share what I can do with them. Have a great day! xo

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  9. So happy to have found your site here. Our walks around the neighborhood looking at the flowers have been the high point every day for me too. Joy in the micro worlds of gardens. Natural beauty all around us. Thank you.

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    1. Glad to know you found my blog. May you continue to enjoy what I love to share. Oh yes there is an abundance of joy found in Mother Nature. I am so grateful for this source! xo

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