Hello Friends. Welcome to the very first Wine Talk on my Blog. I am a blogger not a vlogger, so if you're into vlogs I am so sorry. I love the act of reading, I love the act of writing so instead of videos I blog!
Today is not going to be on specific topic, I am just going to be talking about recent events going on in my life, my thoughts about certain things that are happening right now. The last few weeks have just been A LOT! I literally just moved to New Orleans on the 15th of February and shit wanna get all critical! I literally cannot believe what is happening right now in the world with this Coronavirus thing. It has been hard to come to terms with the fact that we are literally being quarantined, people are wearing masks and gloves everywhere, there is a food shortage in the New Orleans area, the sewers are being clogged due to people using alternatives because tissue is running low; it has just been a literal shit show. I am not complaining that much because Jeremy has been so great during this time with having his head in the game! Making sure that we are prepared and not going without. It is just hard to cope with because we are supposed to be out right now on the River Walk, going to the Museums, going to the festivals, it just was not supposed to be this way :( . He is better than I am when it comes to crisis situations. He's more like f*ck it, this is the new normal and this is how we are going to deal with it. I however, am drinking 4 glasses of wine a day trying to figure out life; but hey, balance! I think the last 2 days have been the worst for me because I literally just got accepted into Southern New Hampshire University for the Bachelors Program in Psychology and I am sooooo excited; but that brings my anxiety also to a whole new level because what if things get worse!?!!!??? I want to be able to finish school and become successful I don't want things to get so bad that schools shut down, financial aid is no longer a thing and life as we know it is ruined. I have literally just been taking things one at a time & trying to be more positive instead of thinking so negatively.
Jeremy has been so great though. He makes me feel really safe during this time and just safe in general. I could not have asked for a better partner in this type of crisis. Sometimes I just cry. I shed real tears because I never in a million years thought that I would be able to have someone who matched my energy in life and in a relationship. Now, don't get me wrong, we are different in a lot of ways, but not in the ways that will cause us to be mean and disrespectful to each other. He understands things and he understands how to love me, how to be honest with me, and how to be firm with me all at the same time. Lets face it, a lot of us women sometimes don't know when to shut up; BUT, its better to have a man who can handle you the right way than a man who only knows how to lash out. Anyway, he has been such a voice of reason during this weird crazy time.
I really believe that this whole virus thing is a lot more than just the virus. There are sooooo many other factors to this whole thing. I am a conspiracy theorist a lot of the time and I don't care, sue me. There is a lot of things we think we know that we don't know shit about! Since I just restarted my blog, I am going to be going into detail within the week about what I believe is also going on besides the virus while also throwing in some fun quarantine activities for you and the family just so we aren't in such a bad mood. There are a lot of topics I want to touch base on while we are all being confined to our homes so just stay tuned! New posts will go live every Friday Night, Sunday Morning & Monday Morning!
That's all for tonight, time to make dinner and pour another glass! CHEERS! BOTTOMS UP! & lets all stay clean and tipsy this weekend. :)