Happy Tuesday, friends!
Three years ago yesterday was a really fun night I spent at a nearby church with my best friend. One of my favorite bloggers and authors, Sophie Hudson, was there speaking for their women's event and we got to meet her.
It is hands down one of my favorite memories with Missy. Apparently, we stalk people like Sophie. (I'm laughing.) When we got to the church, we found a table full of our friends! Two we knew and one I knew via Instagram, so we sat with them and laughed ourselves silly.
I miss nights like that—nights when I could hug people and not feel weird about a large amount of people in one room. It makes me sad for our future, but also thankful for the memory. I am very hopeful things will return to normal again someday soon.
Speaking of that, I sat down to watch a show that I like on Sunday night and found out it was all about the corona virus. I mean, I get why they have to make it like this, because they were social distancing while they filmed it, but I don't know that I'll watch my old shows I loved when they ended in the spring. I watch television to escape reality, so I definitely don't want to watch it and see more of what we're going through! I will be sticking with the Hallmark Christmas movies, please and thank you.