Rev. Leslie Watkins
I think about how it is our fourth commandment, to take a Sabbath. And I think about how foreign this quarantine was at first, when we had to just be [...]
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Samantha Cole
Everybody remembers “the boy in the bubble”, right? I have one of the more moderate forms of that. But I’ve never had to go into complete isolation until now, because [...]
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Philip Mastin
Some things in my past probably have given me a different perspective on the experience of being isolated or not getting to do what I’d like to do. After I [...]
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Brittney Haynes
Beyond the day-to-day, the pandemic has made me incredibly grateful for everything. A friend once put in my mind that people say “I have to” all the time. I have [...]
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Sarah Frances Cox
I don’t really get to see any of my friends unless they’re on my street. The other day it was my friend’s birthday, and we did a drive-by birthday parade. [...]
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James Jordan
These are trying times, and it’s strange going through something so different than anything we’ve ever experienced, especially being my age. In some ways it’s like a kid on his [...]
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Shawn & Tracy Ryan
    So now a normal day is the older kids and me all in the kitchen together for school! Asher is at one end with his computer and headphones. Alden and [...]
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    Catherine Sherling
    About two weeks before school closed, when we still had no idea how bad this was going to be, they showed us a video on how to properly wash your [...]
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    Betty Lee Kennedy
    I was just 12 when World War II started, and I was 13 when my dad was called into service. Someone told him he might have a basis for exemption, [...]
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