April Daily Photos – Week Four

April……WOW……that was one of the longest months in history!!! It feels like we’ve been dealing with Covid-19, isolation, social distancing, etc. for a much longer time than is reality. When I think back to my Hawaii cruise, it feels like it was sometime last year……not just four short(ish) months ago! I guess I should be grateful that time isn’t fleeting by at the speed of light, but I just want to move on and get back to whatever our new normal is going to be!

So……April is done and May is just one day away…….this last week of photos is only represented by three photos…….I guess I wasn’t inspired by much, this week……or I was distracted enough to not think about it……whatever, it is what it is! 🙂




For May, we’re going back to using a list with a topic assigned to each day (remember, April was #monthofgratitude and was devoted to whatever inspired us each day to represent gratitude). May also has a theme designed to make it easy for people who may still be in various stages of shut downs around the world and those who are slowly reopening and beginning to get out more. May is called an ISO Month (ISO = isolation). The daily topics are meant to show what life looks like as we navigate our way through this phase of our existence in the (hopefully) decline of Covid-19 and our reentry into whatever “normal” is going to look like over the foreseeable future.

That’s all for now folks…….

4 Comments on “April Daily Photos – Week Four

  1. Hi Kim, Yes, beautiful sky photo! It helps to keep up with the gratitude mindset too, as you know of course. Every morning as I see the quiet darkness turn to light I am grateful that we live in a place where we can view so much wildlife and arrival of spring right out our windows. I attended a Women of Faith weekend once and the theme was A GRAND New Day. I often think of that as day breaks.
    Stay safe and well!
    Grateful to have met you and be introduced to Albion,

    • Hi, Janette! Every day is a GRAND New Day, for sure! Hope to see you soon!

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