A letter for you

“Some days, the world is just too loud for a quiet soul”

– Ultraverse

Wherever I go all I read and see is corona virus. I get it we have a world problem but I don’t need to get updated each time another person dies. I’d rather hear that now this “epidemic” is over and no else need to die from it.

I needed to escape and Simon from Penning Thoughts is probably the only one aware where I went 🀭

I escaped to Tiktok where I can watch and share short videos and smile.

But I can’t completely leave blogging. I love it like a true love so I’m back.

I lost track of all the post of my favorites bloggers but I’ll reset myself. I’ll be reading post from the past, but I’ll focus more on reading and liking current post.

I’ll also ignore any post related to covid19 because as of this moment I’m suffering from depression from seeing it everywhere I go online or not.

If you have a happy post however please feel free to drop it in the comment. I’ll check it out.

Thanks for following, liking, giving comments and reading in my blog. Always appreciate it.

Love, Jessica 😘

26 thoughts on “A letter for you

  1. Honestly I did not read anymore the news related to this virus…I’m just limiting at hearing my family daily and checking if everything ok….but I think we’re almost there and soon will be over….
    Sorry but social media for me is pretty difficult to follow…too many channels πŸ€ͺπŸ€ͺ…and I even don’t have tiktok…ahahaha…I watch it sometimes from my hubby only πŸ€ͺ
    Stay safe and focus on positive and good things, such as not becoming an walking egg πŸ₯š πŸ€ͺπŸ€ͺ…too good this one πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚

    1. I miss you guys too! I have no idea how many days I’ve been telling myself to get back to reading your blog, but you know it’s hard when the enemy is myself.

  2. Could really relate what you are saying Jenny. I too am going through the same situation. You know what, I decreased reading Covid cases in any social media platform and even in newspaper. I too want to hear it’s over. I noticed you were not active in WordPress. I think you missed my comment in your previous post. I will check your site daily for seeing something funny(although I missed yesterday because of busy schedule). Don’t leave this platform. Avoid such depression giving things. You can easily scroll over in the smart phone, right? Hope you are safe and much love for your respect that you give to your fellow bloggers dear.πŸ˜πŸ€©πŸ’“πŸ’žβ€οΈπŸ’šπŸ§‘

    1. Hey sweet Olivia! I finally found your comment. It didn’t go to my spam box but I must have been so muddle in my head I missed it or it got buried in the notification area…
      Thank you so much for such heartwarming words, and for inspiring me so… πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—

      1. Hey Jenny, Happy that you got to it finally. I thought it went to spam section because one of your comment on my post goes to spam. So there is a probability and I just want to make clarification if there is any problem in my settings. You are always amazing dear. Keep writing, don’t step back.πŸ€©β€οΈπŸ’ž

  3. I know what you’re feeling! I think we’ve heard enough about covid-19 to last is for a lifetime. I am with raising awareness but I don’t think we should pause all other activities. Anyways, what are you up to? :3

  4. sounds like you are suffering from information overload, and I think many of us are as well. Let’s hope things return to normal soon!

  5. Get well, Jessica.

    Depression is a burden even when one is in the best of times.

    Even more so when one is in the worst of times.

    Sending positive energy to you. β€πŸ€—

  6. Isn’t it sad? Everywhere we look it’s obsessively bad news. Thank goodness for gardening and music. Both keep my mind off of the bad news.

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