FAMILY: Share it
There are lots of ways to share.
It’s not just sharing the knowledge you know or amplifying the campaigns of your leaders, there are other things.
Perhaps the acts of kindness and support can share emotions
These two pictures say it for me….
One daughter reaches out with an offer to share her time and talent and resources and make masks for the family to reduce the spread of infection.
The other is of a web meeting encounter so great grandparents could celebrate a granddaughters birthday and visit with a great grandson.
This isolation may be physical but it does not need to be totally socially isolating. Reach out and extend some virtual family quality time and don’t forget to slow down and get to know the people you live with better.
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