June Events: All activities are cancelled at this time, please see our Facebook page for information on Virtual Activities
Everyday things we miss, took for granted and can’t wait to have back after coronavirus.
After spending time apart social distancing, and witnessing the devastation caused by the coronavirus crisis, many may also just miss simple social interactions. Whether it’s going for a cup of coffee, taking a stroll and sparking up a conversation with a stranger or enjoying a meal with dear friends, even mundane moments of once daily routines feel like a luxury people are already eager to have back again. Keeping a safe distance has been an imperative for public safety during COVID-19, but it’s OK to feel nostalgic for life’s little moments that have temporarily fallen by the wayside. “We thrive on predictability and routine. Even things like taking the same route to work or seeing the same people at our weekly Senior meeting and at church it provides us with a sense of comfort,” “We know what to expect, and that helps us feel in control. ”Since the days, weeks and months ahead are still uncertain, “I encourage you not to think of a timeline for these things but rather to think of it as a time to appreciate and cherish what God has given us, time to appreciate our families and friends and all that God has done for each of us. I look forward spending time with the group again, I have missed you all.
Jeannetta Faye Stickford
Waldron Senior Services
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