• Ann

Recovery in the Time of Pandemic

Updated: Apr 8

As we all shelter in place and keep a safe social distance in the spirit of our common welfare and in an effort to help the whole world return to normal, it is natural to feel a growing sense of dis-ease, grief, and even fear as we long for the routine of our daily lives. Please do not despair. Please do all that you can, each day, to reach out to each other - in our group and in other groups - online and around the country/world - to be there for each other. Just when you think you have nothing to give is the perfect time to ask someone else how they are doing. You'll be amazed at what happens. We are all in this together. It isn't just Texans or Americans who are hurting, it's all of humanity. Our dogs are still here for us (thank Goodness!). Realize that this, too, shall pass. Our young people are watching how we make choices during this time. We need to show them, by our example, what it looks like to walk the walk when the bottom falls out and we don't know what is happening. That is when faith matters the most. Please stay safe and be well. 🙏🏻



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