All those things will still be there!

Good morning beautiful humans, happy Monday. We’re starting another week of quarantine. How are you guys holding up? How was your Easter? Thanks for stopping by my blog. Well, come on in!

“All those things will still be there!”
Life with Lane

I won’t keep you long, I promise. I just want to say to the people that are complaining about being stuck inside and under quarantine, calm down! No, better yet, just shut up already. You’re not the only one stuck inside. It’s not the end of the world.

Do I miss happy hour, going to the movies, eating at restaurants, going to the beach, traveling, etc? Of course I do, but guess what? All those things will still be there when this is over. Even if some restaurants or movie theater close, a new one will open up in its place! You might even like that one better.

Don’t risk the lives of others because your dumb ass wanted to go out. Its very simple, just stay home. This will pass but we all have to work together. If you can’t find things to do, YouTube, a good book, and Pinterest will never let you down.

One more thing, for those of you comparing this to being in jail or prison. Please stop!

You heard the man!

This is nothing like jail or prison. You’re not physically in a cage, you can actually go outside if you want to to get some air. Others aren’t around you when you go to the bathroom. We’re not prisoners! As a matter of fact, inmates are dying and unable to get treatment. And to be honest probably no one cares. We’re to busy only worrying about ourselves and being f*cking bored! Smdh

That is all! πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰ I said what I said!!

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17 thoughts on “All those things will still be there!

  1. “No, better yet, just shut up already. You’re not the only one stuck inside. It’s not the end of the world.” Amen! Besides, there’s so much yard work to do, that I don’t even notice that I’m stuck at my house. I hope that you had a great Easter. πŸ™‚

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    1. You’re very welcome, Michael πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜€ Its been a tough time and I see these videos with people not taking social distancing serious. Its upsetting. I felt like I needed to write this. I just want it to be over but it won’t anytime soon if people don’t listen πŸ˜”πŸ˜”

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      1. Sadly, the attitude and behaviour prevails everywhere, Arnetta. No different up here. Shopping for groceries is nearly a nightmare. Keep the faith, be mindful and vigilant. This will eventually pass and whatever comes is our fate. Your spirit is infectious, always a joy to read. πŸ˜ŠπŸ™

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  2. I hear you BUT, some people are not β€œsafer at home” for a variety of reasons. Giving grace and compassion to others without judgment or shaming is a really great skill to practice no matter where you are. The fact is that we don’t know what is going on in another person’s world- quarantine or not.

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    1. Obviously I’m not talking to those people then. I’m not shaming anyone. I’m clearly talking to people that are just going out because they want to. I’m always in the business of helping people and saving human life. That’s the whole point of this post

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      1. Nowhere in your post do you qualify who the post is for. But frankly, I am seeing a lot of posts like these and I personally don’t care for them. The people that don’t give a damn are not going to be moved by someone telling them to “stop going out, stop complaining” etc. To me that is shaming and minimizing a person’s feelings. Great for you that you are managing and handling this all so well but many people are not. I am one of them. People’s mental health is rightly off as their entire lives are impacted by this. Kudos to those that are feeling fine but if telling someone to shut up and stop being dumb asses is not shaming someone than I am not sure what is. There are many, many other ways to help humans. I think we will have to agree to disagree on this.

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      2. I don’t think I needed to clarify who my post was for. Obviously it struck a cord with you. If it offended someone else I wouldn’t know because you are the only one saying something. I won’t apologize for saying what I said. You’re welcome to feel how you feel just as I am.

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      3. Absolutely, I am not asking for an apology or expecting one. It did strike a cord with me and I am not someone who recoils from asserting myself. I just think we all deserve a little compassion and grace right now- so I guess we can mutually give that in this case!

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  3. Nothing to do with the story but did you know that you have ears like a dog at the beginning of this blog πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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