Good morning, friends. I hope you are doing well today! Today I’m bringing you a little gift I made.
I’m not sure if anyone has noticed, but the titles to all of the blog entries I’ve posted since starting this Covid19 journal have been the titles to songs. Everyday, I tried to find a song title that linked with whatever the “topic” of that day’s entry happened to be. To be honest, some days that was the thing that got me writing – I was on a streak of songs!
So, today I put together a playlist of all the songs from that list. There are 23.
As I was compiling the playlist, I realized that there is really something for everyone in there – old and new; country and Christians; Rock and Blues – it is QUITE eclectic! I hope you enjoy it. It is just a way to say “thank you” for walking along this road with me. I appreciate the encouraging words and “keep it ups” y’all send.
Today is our last day of school before “Spring Break”. So we will soldier through our assignments and then put away our work for a few days. I’ll keep posting, but now that I’ve let you in on my little “secret” with the songs, I’m going to have to come up with something a bit more clever to title the posts!
Here is the link for the Spotify playlist: Covid19 Playlist
(If you don’t have Spotify – it is a free music app you can download. No pressure, but that is where this playlist lives if you want to listen.) Enjoy!
News of the Day:
There are over 1.4 million cases of the coronavirus worldwide, according to Johns Hopkins University, and more than 83,000 deaths.
The U.S. leads the world with more than 399,000 reported COVID-19 cases. The death toll has surpassed 12,000.
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who has tested positive for the virus, spent a second night in the intensive care unit at a London hospital, where he is “responding to treatment” with his condition described as “stable” on Wednesday.
Wuhan, China — the original epicenter of the pandemic — has ended its lockdown, 76 days after closing its borders.
President Trump on Tuesday acknowledged that African Americans have been disproportionately affected by the virus.
Plan for the Day: Finish up school work before “spring break”.
See you tomorrow!