WRITEON FOR OCTOBER 21, 2020 sister alies. Elections, take a deep breath. Supreme Court, listen carefully. Beautiful weather, take a walk. Baseball, watch the World Series. Amazing friendships, call a friend. Look for interesting advertisements like these: “Wanted: Haircutter. Excellent growth potential.” OR “Shakespeare’s Pizza. Free chopsticks.” OR “Stock up and save. Limit: one.” OR “Red tape holds up New Bridge.” Your search for the most informative sign will take your mind off many things. Why, you can even wear a mask while searching. Be careful now, MS has been increasing in positive and hospitalizations again and I don’t buy that herd thing. Let’s keep taking care of one another. We’re getting lots of practice! Looking for these external signs as well as interior ones we are trying to see the world in a new way. “The English poet Robert Browning treated his invalid wife, Elizabeth Barrett Browning with such reverence and affection that she once wrote to one of her sisters: ‘And now I begin to wonder naturally whether I may not be some sort of real angel after all.’” deMello (2011) reports. He continued, “It takes great imagination to be constructive instead of critical, to overlook the cracked cement and instead notice the flowers that rise through it.” BLESSINGS.