Raimon Norris Since filming last year, Ready to Love star Devyne Blessings says her love life has been nonexistent, thanks to the COVID-19 quarantine.
“Wow did anyone see this coming? I sure didn’t,” she tells ABC Audio. “All I can say is wow. Never in a million years did I expect that I would have to learn basic survival skills in my own home. Who would have thought?”
Devyne Blessings was a breakout star of season two of the Will Packer-produced OWN show. Ready to Love journeys the dating life of single males and females between the ages of 30-50, on the hunt to find true love in Atlanta.
Blessings says she’s been home experimenting in the kitchen, due to the coronavirus pandemic, with the same concerns as millions around the world, having to ensure adequate water, food supply and of course toilet paper, supporting the government’s strict stay at home policy.
“You know it’s getting bad when you have to worry about toilet paper,” Blessings tells ABC Audio.
However, being part of the “stay at home crew” has afforded her the opportunity to work on her podcast. Temporary Forever will offer an upbeat perspective on love, dating, and relationships and other topics plaguing men and women of the same age group.
Until we’re able to go outside and date again, Devyne says let’s stay prayed up for the safety of ourselves, others, and “those essential employees that have to go to work and risk their lives for our safety.”
“Pray for everyone who is battling the coronavirus or who has lost loved ones,” she added. “Please stay safe, and we’re gonna beat this.”
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