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Who Ya Gonna Call? November 1, 2020

Posted by nrhatch in Happiness, Health & Wellness, Less IS More, Life Balance.
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Feeling Anxious?

Out of sorts?

Not your normal cheery Tiggerific self?

Ready to get back on track?

To stop trudging through the sludge?

To restore your demeanor and return a bounce to your step?

Who ya gonna call?

Ghostbusters?

Nah!   Halloween’s over.  The US Election is on Tuesday.  And we’re still in the midst of a Pandemic.

What we need  to alleviate accumulated anxiety is some high quality Stress Busters!

Like Water Lilies!

What?  Not enough?

Don’t worry, I got your back.

If those gorgeous water lilies didn’t calm your inner beasties . . . check out the New York Times “Election Distractor” for soothing waterfalls, mesmerizing undersea creatures, flickering candles, wafting smoke, plus infant stars, a bevy of swans, bright moons, thirsty sheep, tired Teddy Bears, etc.

First up ~> rotating Avocados!

Aah . . . that’s better!

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1. L. Marie - November 1, 2020

Yay, Nancy! Thank you for this! Love the water lilies! 😃 😄

nrhatch - November 1, 2020

Nature is so soothing. My favorite distractors from the NY Times included the waterfall, billowing smoke, and flickering candle.

Glad you enjoyed, LM!

2. Kate Crimmins - November 1, 2020

My pond is like Xanax! The frogs and fish cavorting oblivious of any pandemic or election. They are my idols!

nrhatch - November 1, 2020

Watching cavorting frogs and fish would seem to be a suitable soother of over-stressed nerves, Kate.

Keep Breathing!

3. joyroses13 - November 1, 2020

Water lilies! Yes! 😊

nrhatch - November 1, 2020

Very peaceful & calm. Ohm . . .

joyroses13 - November 1, 2020

🙂💕

nrhatch - November 1, 2020

Enjoy any leftover Halloween treats, JR!

4. Val Boyko - November 1, 2020

Thanks Nancy – distraction will be very helpful over the next few days/weeks!

nrhatch - November 1, 2020

Let’s hope we have reason to celebrate soon! 😀

5. Debra - November 1, 2020

This week our visiting backyard heron has been on-site multiple times, and I can’t tell you how much his presence brings me back to a peaceful state. He was here again today and if he’d like to visit me on Tuesday, I’d be so grateful! 🙂

nrhatch - November 1, 2020

We love herons and egrets (which is good because they are plentiful supply around here). Let’s hope he’s a GOOD omen for Tuesday, Debra.

6. Erica/Erika - November 1, 2020

Hi Nancy, Always a good idea for soothing nature photos, especially now. The last photo in your post is a smile and a stress buster. “Who ya gonna call?” Nancy, of course!😊

nrhatch - November 1, 2020

Awww . . . thanks, Erica! Glad to share smiles and grins with you anytime.

7. Jill Weatherholt - November 1, 2020

Beautiful water lilies!

nrhatch - November 1, 2020

So relaxing to watch, especially when the surface of the water is stirring.

8. Behind the Story - November 1, 2020

Lotus, a relative of the beautiful water lily, is a symbol of purity among the muck for the Chinese. I always liked this symbolism. You don’t have to live in a clear, clean pond for your beauty to rise up above it.

nrhatch - November 1, 2020

That’s a good way of looking at things, Nicki ~> here’s to rising above the muck.

9. Rainee - November 2, 2020

Thanks Nancy. I love those election distractors!

nrhatch - November 2, 2020

I got a kick out of them too, Rainee. I assumed there would be 3 or 4 pages to scroll thru . . . but they kept going and going.

The waterfall, the flickering candle, the wafting smoke . . . calm restored.

10. Ally Bean - November 4, 2020

I’m finding this after the election. Am I still permitted to distract myself with these images? No time limit, right?

nrhatch - November 4, 2020

It’s still on the NYT site . . . ready to distract you as you “can’t wait fast enough.”

Ally Bean - November 4, 2020

😊


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