SMALL DETAILS MAKE BIG IMPRESSIONS
n the beginning of the Stay Home, Stay Healthy order, my daily walks consisted of my observing the neighborhood: the houses, yards, gardens, if I saw any evidence of human activity. Over time, I began to notice individual plants and shrubs, the quality of the air, the position of the sun overhead. As our time in semi-isolation has continued and I have taken my walks on other streets and along circuitous paths, I have noticed that my attention is drawn more and more to small details. Eminently satisfying, this tiny world speaks volumes and demands my undivided attention.