Today I come to you with hope in my heart in this time of uncertainty with the Corona Virus. I know for me I have times of anxiety and anxious thoughts and being alone most of the time it can be worse so I have to pull up the bootstraps and not allow myself to fall into a ditch.
We can look at this as a tragedy or find a positive outcome, I choose the latter. It is interesting to watch the entire world in the way they are handling this situation and as I observed this past Sunday a day of prayer here in the US and around the world as I found on Google, no matter your choice of religion, I in my heart believe that the power of prayer works. Praying calms my mind and helps with the anxiety and it can for you too!
Matthew 21:22 And whatever you ask in prayer, you will receive, if you have faith.”
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Krafty Planner // I agree with Maria that the world is so full of negativity and we need to remember there are ways to show more kindness. I hope you will visit and read all of her suggestions. Just a smile can brighten someone’s day!!
April J Harris // April has the right idea an is sharing “Things to do when you are stuck at home” And I made a list of things that will keep me busy way past the quarantine. How about you?
The Short Order Cook // Slow cooker chicken tortilla soup
No matter how you prepare a chicken soup, my grandmother was a believer that it helps build the immune system, in fact, I found this article. Just How Healthy is Chicken Noodle Soup Its all the bits of carrot, celery, and onion commonly found in chicken noodle soup is a great source of vitamins C and K, as well as other antioxidants and minerals.
Our Clover House // St Patricks Day Rice Krispie Treats
This is an easy treat and is an old-time favorite to make while staying home.
At Home With Ashley // How To Paint a Dresser Right now would be a good time to do that project that was put on the back burner, this is just one example. Her dresser turned out great.
Pennys Treasures // A Spring Sun Room
Well Penny is not letting the good sunshine go to waste, she has made this a perfect place to sit in the sun and absorb Vitamin D to help build her immune system!!
The Little Treasures // Obi crocheted belt pattern
Maya always amazes me with her talent, this week I am sharing a belt she crocheted and if you are into crocheting she is offering a Free Pattern. And so not to miss any of our events signup to receive notifications.
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Thanks so much for hosting during these trying times and giving us all an escape!! Stay safe, happy and healthy!!
Thank you so much for the feature, Karren! I’m so glad you found my post about Things to Do When You are Stuck at Home helpful! I’m grateful to be included with the other wonderful features! It truly is a worrying time, but like you I am looking for anything positive I can. Thinking of you, and joining you in prayer! Sending a big hug, and thank you for hosting the party. Stay safe and well.
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Hard times have befallen on us Karren but we will endure! Take care dear lady and stay safe!
Last, but not the least – my huge Thank you! for the lovely feature! xoxo
This is such a worrying time for everyone, I think all we can do is follow the advice we are given, be sensible and take care of one another (even if that is remotely!) This will pass. Life will just have to change for a bit. Do take care and try not to allow the stress of it to overwhelm you. Take some joy in the little things and keep busy. xx
So glad that you are finding comfort in your prayer life. A focus on God’s faithfulness in the past gives us hope that he will continue to be faithful even when circumstances are bleak.
Thanks for hosting, Karren. I hope you stay safe and healthy during this difficult time.
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Thank you so much for the feature and for the shout-out on Instagram. Stay safe and healthy!
Thanks so much for the feature this week and hosting! I’ve found the best way to deal with the anxiety is to find something to work hard on and dive in. Stay safe & have a great week!
Thank you for hosting. I shared my spring printable and spring mantel, #34 and #35. Stay healthy!
I find fear and nervousness take hold at times too; usually when I’ve gone shopping and see the stores and try to think ahead… or when I glimpse the latest news updates and I really have to practice deep breathing and positive self talk. I know I am not alone. I know that in time this will pass and that I am doing all I can in the meantime to keep us healthy moving forward positively. I find the blogging community helps too as people are posting upbeat posts that help distract me. Thank you for continuing to host; linking up as #58-60. Stay safe and keep up that praying! 🙂
Thank you Joanne for sharing your experience. It is really a daunting situation and hard to stay focused on what used to be normal, my daughter is really struggling right now and was already on anxiety meds, I try to console her how I can but from a distance, it is hard (400 miles).
I to am relying on the blogging community for support, it really helps to know I’m not in this alone, it’s nationwide. But still does not make it easy.
Im praying for us all to get through this quickly.
Thank you Allyson for taking time to stop by and share.
Stay healthy as well!
I agree Ashley, it is a good time to concentrate on things at home, its spring and there’s so much that needs to be done, maybe planting, Lowes is open and decluttering or organizing.
I hope you have a restful weekend!
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Thanks for hosting and I hope that you are doing ok during these crazy times. Hope that you have a wonderful week.