COVID-19 Resources During Difficult Times
It’s been an unprecedented time we’re all immersed in, but no greater time to convey a message of togetherness from humanity.
Many families and small businesses affected by these unfortunate turn of events do our best to keep moving forward. My heart goes out to all of us affected by COVID-19, our doctors, nurses, grocery workers and those in transport. I watch my husband leave for work each day and I pray for his safe arrival home, they all deserve medals; brave warriors on the front line.
I’ve put together a resource list to help during this time of confinement.
For help finding food banks in your area visit Feeding America.
Kids can listen to these books from audible free using a desktop, laptop, phone or tablet.
Film - Netflix movie ‘Justine’ follows a grief-stricken single mom who is forced to move in with her father-in-law after the death of her husband. She takes a job as a caretaker to Justine, a young girl with spina bifida who’s healing power ends up uniting her racist household to an unlikely family.
My husband and I watched it and it's brilliant!
As this invisible threat challenges us, there are many things we can do within our control for the greater good of all, including ourselves. Self quarantine is necessary to help with our efforts to contain a war we cannot see with the naked eye. Besides cleaning and washing our hands. The good is news is that together we can stifle its grip and come out on the other side. We in this together.
Please be safe and practice small acts of kindness. If’s there’s two bottles of ketchup left, grab one someone who really needs the other will thank you through the Universe. Know there is enough toilet paper, if we run out many of us have showers so we’re in a better position than most. And more importantly nestle with loves ones.
Please contact me if there's anything you need. We’re in this together.
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I guess I’m just confused as to why wearing a mask has to be told. After all, it’s just common courtesy in conjunction with life saving aspects. But instead of hope, masks are being turned into a symbol of open defiance and opposition to wearing them, doused in statesmanship.
As this lesson continues to test us, I’ve put together more information to help in our fight to keep moving forward through this unprecedented time. In particular, health benefits and job opportunities. If you need these services below, you’ll find some handy links for your support.