I hope everyone had a great weekend and are continuing to adapt to our new normal. I hope you are trying to fill your days with things that make you happy.
This morning I had the opportunity to be a guest on Mid Mornings with Amy on Somerset 106. My broadcasting skills are limited to morning announcements and one calls, so needless to say I was quite nervous. I made sure to give Meece Middle School kids a shout out to let you all know that we are missing you terribly!
So let's talk about this social distancing thing. It's weird, right? I went to Kroger the other day and had to keep reminding myself to keep at least two cart lengths between me and other people. Despite the weirdness, as you know, it is intended to keep us safe and I hope that you practicing that every day. Now, social distancing is NOT social isolation. I know we are all away from our friends and are likely missing them. I wanted to remind you that you are not alone. You can be creative in your interactions with your family and friends. I wanted to share a feel good story with you. Some of us are very lucky to have great relationships with our grandparents. This is a story of a family who wanted to celebrate their Grandma's 95th birthday while keeping enough distance to keep her safe. https://www.thedenverchannel.com/news/national/coronavirus/video-family-sings-happy-birthday-to-95-year-old-grandma-while-social-distancing
Please continue to take care of yourselves and I have a phone number I can be reached if you need anything! 502-483-2762. Call or text!
P.S. Is anyone else's dog judging them all the time or is it just mine?