Day 28 Slice of Life – Skyline

It was just a week ago that we took our last walk outside. There is a large park area near the bay. I took this 180skyline photo last Friday. Today I was missing this lovely walking spot.

Now, we stay at home, with a curfew from 6 p.m. to 5 a.m. During the day, we are supposed to stay inside unless there is an urgent reason to go out.

Both of our daughters and their husbands are in similar situations–with shelter in place orders in their states.

I hope the majority of people can and will stay home and stay safe so the hospitals won’t have to become overwhelmed.

God be with all those who have to work, especially those in the medical field, grocers and delivery people.

8 thoughts on “Day 28 Slice of Life – Skyline


  1. We are currently just social distancing. Walks with the family are allowed. Still, we stay in on most days. Trying to not add burden to this situation. Hang in there.


  2. It’s so hard and yet so necessary. I’m trying to keep busy with shopping online and cleaning closets and drawers.
    I share your prayers for those who must work to take care of us….
    Stay safe and keep your spirits up – any way you can!


    1. I’m getting a bit of extra work done too. There are pockets of grace to be found. Take care of yourself too!


  3. On one hand, I am thankful that my husband is still working (he cooks for a local supermarket), but on the other hand, I am so nervous that he will be exposed to the virus. He certainly doesn’t earn much, but I am glad people are finally realizing how important so many unrecognized people are. Thanks.


  4. I am so thankful that I can go for long walks still; I wonder when that will be curtailed. Everyone seems very alert to physical distancing, for which I am very thankful. Yes, “God be with all those who have to work, especially those in the medical field, grocers and delivery people.”


    1. Thank you, Maureen, for your comment. I am glad you are still out walking. It should be a safe practice in many places. I live in a high density part of the city, so neighborhood walks are a bit out of the question. I’m starting to do aerobics indoors, though.

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