If I have learned anything in this year,
In altered plans I should not shed a tear.
Be content with what I have or have not;
Because what I have may be all I’ve got.

I’ve listened to advice; changes are made.
To get ill from COVID, I’m not afraid.
Wash my hands, social distance, wear a mask;
Stay home, stay healthy is my only task.

I’m retired, and have no places to go.
I can stay in the comfort of home SO…
If you look for me, home is where I’ll be,
And will be keeping “busy as a bee”.

Projects to do, saved for that “rainy day”;
Meetings scheduled in a virtual way.
Can my life get any better than this?
YES! COVID could leave; that would be true bliss.

joy e krumdiack

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