I feel like playing with words after thinking about the saying that hindsight is 20/20. This saying means that it’s easy to know the right thing to do after something has happened, but it’s hard for us to predict the future.
What if during this Great Pause/Pandemic of 2020, we could look back to see what we’ve forgotten during all our busyness up until this moment and we decided to apply hindsight 20/20 to our future 2020/2021?
What if we chose to set an intention about the path forward we wish to create once we are free from this time of quarantine?
As we get to choose how we want to live our happily ever after, what path are you choosing to make the most of your journey? I wish you well.
🙏🏻 namaste 💛
3 thoughts on “Hindsight 2020”
I am realizing that celebrating Memorial Day will mean more to me than ever. Our men and women who have given us , and our country the freedom we enjoy daily are to be honored, especially those who have given their ultimate sacrifice! I will never take our freedoms for granted ever again! May God bless all our service men and women, our veterans, and RIP all who have died for us , so we can enjoy that freedom! I will be forever grateful! ❤️🌹🙏🏻🇺🇸
Thanks & always be grateful Lovingly Pat
PS. Wish you were here as I’m going to make a blackberry cobbler 😊. I made strawberry jam again yesterday-2 hrs. Of hulling & cutting. The berries were free so I’m not complaining. Can’t wait to bring you a jar. It’s not like regular jam as I’m not using Surejel It’s just berries & a little bit of sugar then cooked about 40 minutes, jarred& boiled 10 for preserving.
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Sounds delicious! Wish I was there with you enjoying our time together!