Sometimes all you can do is accept there’s not much you can do. And sometimes all you can control is how well you let go of control. – Lori Deschene
During this restricted movement order in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia started from 18 March to hopefully 28 April 2020, we occupied ourself with preparing our meals (during the normal days, we like to order takeout occasionally but since COVID-19, I think it’s better and plus we save more by cooking our own meal). You are as always eager to help in preparing the meals.
And also cleaning up the storage and get rid of all the unwanted items that have been taking up space. It felt really spacious and I can feel more positive energy afterwards. We also did some cleaning and gardening around our yard. We are lucky to have a small garden where we can walk barefooted and feel the breeze and watch the small birds flying around and squirrels crawling up the mango tree, looking for ripen mango. You tried to make a pool for your fishes to swim in but using the aluminium foil for the base was definitely not a good idea! It had so many holes because of the sharp rocks and water was pouring out everywhere. Although it did not work out, you had so much fun doing it!
Someone’s in need of a new haircut. Babah had a crash course hair cut lesson and later he decided that you will be his first customer!
Although it can be frustrating during this restricted movement order, I try to look at it positively. More deep thinking and focusing on things that I have control over and also connecting spiritually deeper with God proves to ease the anxiety that I had. Feeling so grateful for all the blessings I receive every day and hoping that all this will end soon.
A special shout out to all of the front liners out there, may God reward you with an abundance of pahala, you guys are the real heroes!
Artifact motherhood is a collaboration of artists/mothers from around the world. Sharing stories of the joys and struggles of our journey. Our hopes and dreams for our children. With little nuggets of wisdom here and there. These are more than photographs with dates written on the back. These are the artifact we are leaving behind for children and the generations to come.
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