Monday is here again………………..and it’s time to SHARE A SPARK. What exactly IS this Monday SPARK thing we do? Well, most of you know that Annie of McGuffy’s Reader – who started SPARKS – was hacked and has been on an extended break from blogging although her idea to spread some inspiration on Monday of every week goes on. Many of us who participated in her SPARKS Blog Hop and found value in sharing a thought on Monday continue doing that to hopefully give each other a “Monday boost” – perhaps something to think about to inspire us in the week ahead OR help us deal with something that’s on our mind. Why not join us by sharing something that SPARKS you? It might just start a spark in us too.
Tough times right now for lots of folks………..many are out of work due to the virus for one thing but there are a LOT of reasons that people are at loose ends. Getting together with friends in person is tough. We’re relying on the internet to keep us more together than we would be otherwise. I know I’m visiting a lot of new blogs – kind of stretching my circle of daily visits a bit. I’m retired so not missing work (thank heavens) but still, I want to be BUSY so I don’t have to think about the state of things right now. I’m staying positive though. That’s just who I am.
This is a time when sharing a SPARK is probably even more important than EVER…………….don’t you think?
These two know what they’re talking about don’t they. They usually do (!). Right now it’s hard not to worry but as we already know, worrying doesn’t change things. Maybe it’s time to look around and find all the good stuff. That’s what I’m trying to do. Part of the good stuff is staying in touch (even if it’s not as CLOSE as I wish it was) with friends and family. Blogging is doing that for sure. We’ve had this blog for almost 9 years (next month will be 9). I’m glad in MANY ways I started but even more glad that I’m still here – it’s times like these you’re happy to have friends!
Me in 2000 with the little ginger kitten who was the inspiration for this blog! Angel Sammy.