Above all else in this life, it is important, as it has been from the very beginning, to excel at adaptability.
It’s curious to me how so very hard this is on people, the idea of sheltering in and isolating from society at large. The backlash and emotions all because of a virus where the best preventative medicine is to simply take some time apart from one another, time apart from the noisy buzz of our socio-economic beehive. Pushing pause on chaos and reveling in quiet. It really isn’t that hard or painful to lean into.
Below is a collection of photos from this early spring we’ve been blessed with, from the spit of dirt I call my own. Very soon the daffodils will begin their show, and it is what I am most looking forward to at the moment.