I like where I live. I’m in the Midwest where we have all four seasons. I am in a city that is big enough to have plenty of activities to do, but small enough to drive across town in less than 20 minutes. The neighborhood where I live has a lot of families and young couples. There is a grocery store less than a mile away. A gas station about five blocks away. And only 3 blocks from the clinic I go to. All of these things leave me grateful for the zones where I live.
From Animal Crossing to zones I have shared a bit of me with this A to Z Challenge of gratitude. Tomorrow begins a new month, new things to be written. I hope you will stay with me to see what comes next. THANKS for reading!
I am sitting in my chair suddenly realizing that this is (was, technically since it is after midnight here) Monday. I am so mixed up with my days right now… anyway. I have a home (more on that at a later date) but I have a much larger home in the fact that I am an Earthling. No, I am not going to talk about extra-terrestrials or spaceships. I am talking about all of us sharing one home planet Earth. With this pandemic that is spreading worldwide it has shown what a large community we can actually be seen as. Each nation is a house and we are all in the same neighborhood. I feel this could be a time to learn more about working together. I know I have heard the countries having reached their peak and are recovering are sharing PPE and ventilators. This planet has sustained life for a lot of years. And I would kind of like to see it continue doing so for a long while. We can work together; we can put the weapons down. I am grateful to be standing on planet Earth.
This began as the brain child of Fandango at This, That, And The Other. To make a long story short, he thought it would be nice to see the streets of fellow bloggers. So I eventually remembered and took my camera out on the way to my Dad’s last night. Stopped in the driveway and captured a look into my neighborhood. It is a pretty quiet street for the most part. Lots of apartments in the area and all sort of people… singles, families, college students, couples, etc. Anyway… I am a fan of black and white so here is a monochrome look into my world. (Sorry I was so late with my link Fandango! But I am here at the party now.)
Does anyone else want to share a bit of your world with a picture of your street?