Thoughts on Covid 19 and Isolation | Whimsee Art Photography

Thoughts on Covid 19 and Isolation | Whimsee Art Photography

Today I saw an Instagram post that read “The year is 2036. I’m in an eerily quiet house. Both kids are grown and have moved out. I’d do anything to be quarantined with my 5 and 2 year old and the sounds of their tiny feet running all over the house.

It got me. Wow, one day this won’t be my life anymore, and that is sad. The time I have gotten to spend with my family because of Covid is such a blessing! Often I don’t think of it that way. We are home a lot more, kids are wrecking the place, they scream and cry, I scream and cry, but when I am reminded of how fleeting the time is I do well to repent of that selfishness. I am sharing some images I took of my kids when quarantine started. Photos are important to help us remember the times.

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