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Staying Afloat

So, this was the view from my window in Cornwall today at dawn. Strangely, it marks 100 days since my first coronavirus symptoms appeared. 3 months of living alone navigating the ups and downs and the wake of this illness. Dealing with the ghost of the lingering symptoms that so many are now finding go on for far longer than they ever imagined.

Like this photo, I’ve at times felt stranded and abandoned as I’ve tried to stay afloat – but I’ve also felt a deep sense of who I am as I discover my own strength and resilience to go with the flow, wherever it has taken me.

Without nature like this I’m not sure I would have made it this far. I so miss my loved ones and being fully well and intend to keep doing all I can to regain my health. I want to one day soon row that little boat…and ride up out of the covid mist with utter love and hope.

And I for sure will.

Sending beautiful healing thoughts to all those who’ve been having to ride the same storm.

Here’s to staying safe and keeping afloat ?

By Debbie Geraghty

Hailing from Scotland and now living in Cornwall, UK. A window gazing lover of river and clouds. A visual storyteller and wondering wanderer who tries to live deeply - but lightly.

7 replies on “Staying Afloat”

Hello, from NY!
I really like what your thaughts and the way you are express them !For sure, at least for me is very hard to think my days leaving alone, only with the fear and fighting for life!
You deserve something very special not just for your birthday, but for every other day of the next years!
Happy Birthday,love and a lot of good friends!

Thank you so much for that beautiful message Maria. So kind of you and thanks for reading and appreciating the posts too. I hope you are doing as well as you can do in New York. Such a wonderful city I’ve had the joy of visiting more than once. Stay safe, Debbie

From your commentary, I knew you must be a a writer. I could clearly picture the lake in my mind. What a beautiful photo. Godspeed from Michigan.

Incredible writing..it gives me peace, thank you sooo much.Be well and heal my friend..God Bless from California

Hi…I wish you a full recovery. I wish we could have a book of the most beautiful pictures…who could facilitate this project. This group has bright mine and so many others lived. My best to you. Bluffton, Indiana, USA

Thank you for starting these wonderful posts. So needy for so many!
I am thoroughly enjoying seeing and reading posts from all over
the world.
Be well❤️
Carolyn George, From So. California

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