This is legitimately the LAST time I will write about or even give attention to this stupid virus. I am, like most people, completely over it and cannot wait to get back to full time work! It seems to me people want nothing more than to continue on with the home projects they are doing and get their homes looking awesome. Which is of course where I come in! Fresh new driveways, pretty stamped concrete patios, porches and sidewalks, you name it. I am just loving all of the positive and productive efforts that are being put into whatever people call home. I guess if there is one great thing about all of the crazy virus quarantine, it's that people are putting love back into their homes, and really appreciating what they have. I think it is just amazing how it takes something so extreme for these things to come to light. But, I am not complaining, since it of course means good things for me and my business. I so look forward to helping all of these people out with making their home dreams come true, and making their space exactly as they like it. I can just imagine going out into the world when this is over and noticing how much love and effort has been going into peoples' homes. And not just in concrete, but their grasses and their yards, their driveways and garages, not to mention the inside cleanliness and harmony. I know for myself, I've never been so grateful for my home, and my family. I love the space I have inside to play, and run around, and sometimes be alone. I love and appreciate my large yard, that is backed up to a nice little lake, where we can swim and explore and just enjoy nature. All things I knew I had and don't get me wrong, I have been so grateful, but there's something about being ordered to stay home for 40 days in a row that really gets you thinking about how lucky you are to have what you have, and love who you love. I know I am. Until next time, which again will NOT be about anything virus related! : )
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