Spon: www.cailorfleming.com/ https://chickfilasouthernpark.com/ https://hbkswealth.com/staff/anthony-j-scrocco/ Ps 119: O Lord, great peace have they who love your law.
After my son and I were chatting about The Beatles earlier today (among other philosophical ponderings; man that kid's smart!), I couldn't help but recall the lyrics of the 1984 John Lennon hit: "Nobody Told Me."
Everybody's talking and no one says a word.
Everybody's making love and no one really cares.
There's Nazis in the bathroom just below the stairs...Nobody told me there'd be days like these; strange days indeed.
I think he must've been pandemic predicting...not to mention foreshadowing the huge sorrow of witnessing man's inhumanity to man. #Heartbroken
Yep, nobody told me there'd be days quite like THESE. I do, however, wish someone would tell me when the days like these were going to be done, Capisce?
To try to help myself cope, I found some WebMD suggestions for trying to lift myself outta the dumps.
I'm sharing them, since I'm sorta guessing I'm not alone in this big old garbage pail of sadness, yes? Either way, here's some of what they recommend:
-Get outside. (I agree; I'm about 97% sure it's finally stopped snowing here..at least until September.)
-Exceed 5,000 steps a day. (Um, what happened to 10K? Yikes, half the distance to the goal is NOT good in this context, yo.)
-Be active throughout your day. (Hmm; maybe they rethought the 5K v. 10K?)
-Take time to relax. (OK, make up your mind, WebMD)
-Limit news and/or social media. (Probs good advice any time?)
-Set goals. (Well, duh.)
-Go easy on yourself. (What in the? WebMD waffles more than IHOP, yo)
-Start something new. (Sounds like a plan.)
-Watch for unhealthy habits. (Ah, so be careful about the selecting of the "new something" - eh?)
-Give and receive help. (Amen -- and maybe give a little more than you get ... if you are able.)
Lastly is the most important one: Treat others the way you wish to be treated. Please, thank you, and Amen, y'all. #LoveOneAnother #Pray #Peace