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  1. Russ

    I love this article about how blessed you are! So many times people are too focused on their problems to see the good in their life. Your positive outlook is infectious. Thank you so much for sharing this. I will be referring back often as your site seems to contain some of the same messages as mine. Please keep up the good fight! 

    I’m in CO as well. 

    • RhondaLeigh

      Hi Russ, always great to talk to another Coloradoan on this journey we’re on.  You know exactly what I’m talking about then.  Thank you so much for your complements.  I’m so happy that my positivity is rubbing off on people.  If I didn’t stay positive, I would be under my bed right now, clutching my last Hershey bar, and crying my eyes out!  Hahaha  And thanks for promising to return to my site.  I look forward to looking at yours.  Stay safe!  RhondaLeigh

      • I love the line about your two daughters having your back in everything you do. Sounds like your have a great support system around you. Don’t be afraid to reach out if you think I can help you in any way. I put my site link below if you want to check it out. I started this one about 2 weeks ago.

        • Thanks Russ! I really do have a great support system, for which I am truly thankful. And my daughters are THE BEST! I looked up your site and read your article about anxiety. Great work! I recommend all of those methods for limiting anxiety and stress. Best wishes to you and thanks for reading and commenting on my website! RhondaLeigh

  2. Donny

    I guess everyone should be counting their blessings too during this lock down time. I’m glad you guys are still alive in there and keeping away from this virus, you are real right, the heroes this time are in their homes and from how I see it those still roaming about are the bad guys in this horror movie.

     Don’t forget to exercise whilst locked down and make sure you make the best out of it and make your family your best friends. Since the lock down I’ve gotten closer to my family and that is a blessing worth counting twice. Stay safe, stay at Home, happy quarantine everyone.

    • RhondaLeigh

      Thanks Donny!  We can all gain from your insights.  Nothing like forced togetherness to help you cultivate your close family relationships.  And, yea, I shake my head in disgust at those people who run around out there, then go into my husband’s store and breathe on him.  Argh!  Let me echo your thoughts…stay safe, and stay home.  Thanks again for your comments!  RhondaLeigh 

  3. Christine

    It is indeed a blessing staying at home at this current time. We got to stay home to do things that we were too busy to get started.

    I have been busy all the time working and now I have my time at home to learn how to create a website, how to blog, create Youtube and many more. It is fun and I’m happy 🙂

    Thank you for sharing and stay safe.

    • RhondaLeigh

      Hello Christine!  Thanks for checking out my website.  It really is a blessing for some people to stay home.  My daughter, the workaholic, was missing her baby boys growing up without her.  Now she’s been sent home, and che couldn’t be happier, spending all day, every day with her boys.  So, yea, I’m taking this time to learn more things too.  Thanks again for your comments!  RhondaLeigh

  4. Sonny

    Hi Rhonda, 

    Times like these can really change a person’s perspective. Food (and toilet paper) has always been abundant in the supermarkets and we’ve taken it for granted that it’s always going to be there when we need it. Not just with food, but also people. My mom lives 10 minutes away and I’m guilty of being too lazy to go see her as often as I should but now I really miss her but sadly I’m cooped up at home. I think this is going to be a big lesson for many people when the dust settles. 

    PS. I envy you for walking 10k steps. Keep it up! I had a gout attack recently and I can’t walk more than a few steps

    Sonny

    • RhondaLeigh

      Hi Sonny, thanks for reading my post.  Ya, we really do take our good lives for granted.  Even though I’m a hermit by nature, I still need a modicum of social interaction.  And once it’s taken away, the hole is really noticeable.  It is sure making me appreciate the life I have.  So sorry about your gout.  I understand it’s quite painful.  I hope you get better soon.  Thank you for the kudos on my step goal.  Take care and thanks again for reading and commenting!  RhondaLeigh  

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