RDP Monday: SURRENDER
Last year at this time we were on a train heading out to Wisconsin to visit our son and his family.
I remember being a little bored, impatient. I took a lot of pictures and played around with my camera. I did enjoyed the leisurely pace of traveling by rail, but I did not enjoy the fact there was no WI-FI on the train and my laptop was not cooperating with my phone so I couldn’t use that to get on the net.
Oh well, I thought- plenty of time for cruising the net later.
The scenery that chugged by my window was pretty and the trip itself was not without some excitement because the train hit someone who was crossing the tracks. I think that happened in Minnesota. I’ve seen what a train does to a human body and I was really glad I was sleeping when it happened and that there was nothing to see when the train started to move.
And then we finally we got to Wisconsin.
I also had a cold so I was out of sorts for most of my stay but I still enjoyed my visit.
We made plans for our next trip out- plane or train? Spring or Winter?
Oh well. Lots of time to figure that out we thought because we had all the time in the world- an entire year as a matter of fact!
But then March rolled up and the Coronavirus made itself at home and everything shut down.
I am still thinking about our next trip out-
there really is plenty of time to figure it all out.
No denying it, no getting around it may as well surrender myself to the idea.
I have a lot of time on my hands because all of the clocks have stopped moving and the days of the week don’t have names anymore.