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Take a Time Out


Timeout art sign

Stay home

Read a good book

Write an inspiring poem

Bake some sugar cookies

Enjoy

Cinquain

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A born and raised Midwesterner who traveled to Oregon in 2006 via the Oregon Trail route, fell in love with Oregon and now call it home. I am retired and pursuing my life long dream of becoming a Freelance Inspirational Writer.

2 thoughts on “Take a Time Out

  1. Good ideas Leona. Except I don’t think I’ll bake sugar cookies. Sugar isn’t good for the immune system. I seldom eat them, but now I’m passing them up altogether. But I’m not minding being home-bound. It is a little weird, though, to think that I need to stay in all the time. I will miss going to church though they are trying hard to figure out how to have it online. Pray that our pastor will find the technical help he needs and the strategies he needs to get this in place. Hope all is well with you.

    1. Thanks Diane. I still eat some sugar but not much. I did have a couple sugar cookies today though. I have always been a homebody so this staying home isn’t very hard on me. We have not been ordered to “quarantine in place” so I can still go out for this I really need.
      I do church online. My nephew and his wife are pastors of a large church and he does live online services so I am thankful for that. Last night he did their Wednesday night service from his home and we we all invited to take communion in our homes with him and his wife. It was very nice. I was thankful I had some bread and juice on hand to participate.
      Stay well Diane. Praying this soon passes us by and we can be well to enjoy our upcoming Spring and Summer seasons. ❤️

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