Let me begin with a suggestion. If you are one of the handful of people who have not read the iconic parable Who Moved My Cheese? by Spencer Johnson, M.D., then I suggest you give it a read before continuing.
The cheese is definitely gone. Cheese Station C is certifiably closed for business. The novel Coronavirus has taken hold of our population, and it has been accompanied by unprecedented changes to our daily routines. As adults, our work lives and our home lives have been upended as regions and countries across the globe have implemented versions of stay-at-home orders in order to control the spread of the pandemic. For students, their school lives and home lives are now blurred, and all in-person social activities, including sports, have been cancelled. With school buildings closed and all-but-essential workers out of work or working remotely from home, families are creating a “new normal.” In recognition of our collective vulnerability in the face of the virus, we are holding close to our hearts our loved ones, especially the elderly and immuno-compromised. Things have definitely changed!
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