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Three Good Things // seven

// THREE GOOD THINGS: a regular feature in which I share three good things about my month, mostly personal, in the hopes that you will also reflect on the good in your life. //

Ah, 2020. How to find the good in you… What a year this has been. Just when I was ready to ramp up all aspects of my work life, 2020 threw its head back in laughter. Despite the obstacles, things have a funny way of working out. If we don’t bend, we break. So bending, we go.

One good thing about my month is that despite the s#!t show that is Florida covid-19 response, the situation here is not as bad as I thought it would be. I’m taking that as a win. (And trying not to compare us to places like Australia and New Zealand, where they’re REALLY winning.)

Another good thing is that I have finally managed to drop the baby weight. Even if said baby is now four. It feels SO good to fit into all those old clothes that I refused to get rid of. See? Glad I saved them!

One more good thing is that we are in a really nice routine at home, and I have been cooking all sorts of deliciousness. Life is small right now, but abundantly full. Bending, growing, becoming.

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