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Cross that line

I attended a blog party hosted by Jirah Merizz. As part of our introductions we were asked to share a positive message. So I’d like to share that with you all too. #staysafe #stayhealthy

Image of sun peering through tree taken during walks at Leybourne Lakes in Kent, UK.

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Someone trying to rip through the normality of life and expand a few horizons.

18 thoughts on “Cross that line

  1. That we’ll all be here tomorrow to help each other do it again is the key! Reminds me of words to a song we sing in the choral organization.

    Tomorrows another day
    I hope and pray we’ll be together
    Tomorrow this today will be a yesterday thats gone forever

    So take my hand my friend i want to say
    I’m glad we laughed, I’m glad we loved, I’m glad we sang together today.

    Enjoy the moment, and enjoy the people you’re with.

    I just quit my chorus last week because we’re unable to sing or be together. But your quote reminds me to enjoy the time we have.
    Thanks

      1. Yes, we’ve been doing that weekly, but the lag makes it so we have to wear headphones and mute ourselves. We listen to a recording or one other person and sing to that. Mostly its talking and viewing/critiquing others. I was assistant director and usually could help with vocal instruction, directing, and planning for competitions, contests, etc those have all been cancelled for the forseeable future. So now i’m turning to this blog of mine, and staying connected to my quartet. We’re hoping to be able to sing together by maybe July. At least there’s just four of us. Wouldnt be breaking any rules for us to gather.

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