Dear Friends,

We hope our message this week finds you staying well as we all continue adhering to the various safer-at-home directives, and doing our part for each other’s wellbeing. All of us have had to find our new routines and new navigation of our time, with some days feeling incredibly productive, some feeling overwhelmingly stressful and others flying by and we wonder where the hours have gone. There is no guide book for how to be each day and it is important to remember to take it slow. Be kind to ourselves. Take stock of what we have to be thankful for in our lives. Find inspiration in the smallest of things, let ourselves ebb and flow like the tides, and remember that while we remain apart we are all just a phone call, an email, a text message, a Facetime or a letter away. We can stay connected and we will get through this one day at a time, and come out stronger together on the other side. 

As the days are getting warmer, hope springs eternal. The last bit of ice has all but melted away, once again revealing the rejuvenating spring fed waters of White Sand Lake. The animals are incredibly busy bustling about and preparing for their offspring (their routines have not changed…). The green hues of the grass are starting to return, the sunsets continue to stop us in our tracks and the star gazing has been epic. These are some of the simple things that happen each and every day, regardless of our time or schedule. It is up to us to pause, take a moment and appreciate all the beauty by which we are surrounded, and let it fill our hearts and our minds with a sense of calm, peace and love. 

We wish you physically and mentally healthy days in the week ahead, and hope that you can find your moments. We look forward to seeing you soon when the time is right. 

Please enjoy the images below, so we may share some of our inspiration with you.

Thank you for being a part of our family.

With love,
Sue, Denny, Steph, Todd, Scott and James