Dealing with loss during these times and staying safe.

First, i would like to extend my deepest and most sincere condolences to those who have lost someone during these horrible times. Never in a million years we could have possibly imagine living through a time where we actually saw a pandemic happen, let alone see it affect us all in such a way. As a country we saw some people loose hope, and we saw friends and family members get sick and pass on. Some made it through and that was something to be still thankful for.

Some lost more than loved ones. Some lost jobs, a sense of security, and some lost their small businesses. At a time where most people were perhaps getting ready to move to their new homes, buy a car, build their new business, and even take vacations. The world stood still. What one day seemed like a normal day with people buzzing in the streets enjoying themselves with their family and friends slowly turned into a deserted land. So empty. It was a depressing site.

The spread

Other places started getting infected and suddenly our worst fears from watching movies came to life in front of our eyes. The virus spread so fast that the loss of people became so large. A very sad time in our country and to be honest the world. We are still impacted and trying to cope.

Staying safe

At this point we see people going out and some businesses functioning to the best of their ability. In the back of our minds we may still feel skeptical about a lot of things, but we have to continue on. Maintaining social distancing, washing and sanitizing our hands constantly, and if there is not a real need to be outside, that too should be avoided. The school system completely changed and our children being homeschooled. For those still here, it is a true blessing. Even those that cought the virus and got better. We have a long way to go, but it sure is nice to know we can still be here to expect and experience better days ahead. For that at least we are still thankful.

And to all of those brave man and woman that are working in the front lines and helping those that are sick and trying to get better we appreciate you. Thank you for all you have done and continue to do.

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