Mercy, mercy, me. Ah, things ain’t what they used to be in my beloved City. The Coronavirus has most of us sheltered-in our homes, and practicing social-distancing when we must go out. The streets of San Francisco are bare which shows that its residence care about one another’s health and safety. The strong will survive this, so look forward and be ready for what’s to come after the Coronavirus has passed. If we all stay home but stay connected with family, friends and loved ones remotely, we’ll survive Corona. Show your love, we can do this!
We want to be thinking clearly and strongly.
Now is the time to keep our minds strong, not stressed. Watching the news all day can be dispiriting. It’s important right now to keep our spirits up. We want to be thinking clearly and strongly. Fifteen minutes of news in the morning and in the afternoon a day is all that’s necessary to stay updated on the virus. Instead of news, start listening to some of your favorite music and be-one-with-it.
Dave Koz is one of my saxophone favs.
I have reached back to 1971 to find What’s Going On, on Marvin Gaye’s greatest hits and to 1981, the Best of Bill Withers’ album includes a Lovely Day and Lean on Me. Bill’s and Marvin’s songs are so very appropriate for these uncertain times. Bill left this world last week, but his music is still with us to enjoy.
When I am chilling, I love to listen to jazz, be it cool, smooth, or old school jazz. The saxophone is heaven to my ears and Dave Koz is one of my saxophone favs. While sheltered-in and social-distancing, Dave is playing live every Friday afternoon at 3:30 p.m. Pacific, on Facebook from the comfort of his Bay Area home. He’s so talented, sincere, and funny too. So, Put the Top Down at home and tune-in to see Dave Koz on Facebook live on Fridays. It is so delightful and wonderful that Dave is doing this for all of us while self-distancing. Thank you, Dave!
I will personally return your call or message with all sincerity to help you in any way possible.
Many of you know that I have chronic Interstitial Lung Disease caused by an autoimmune disorder. So, it’s very important for me, and for all those like me who have similar lung or autoimmune diseases to stay home, stay safe and well. If you or someone you know has a chronic illness, and are feeling isolated, needing someone to talk with, please let me know. My contact information is Zalise@zalisebbab.wpengine.com; or leave a voice mail message at 415-525-4767. I will personally return your call or message with all sincerity to help you in any way possible.
Be Bold and Bloom, be the best that you can be, every day in every way, especially during this Coronavirus pandemic, be your best self. SuperSelf is the best you always.