Life these days is challenging for all of us, some more than others. Roxanne Jones realizes that she is among the more fortunate. And for that, she is grateful.
When you are someone who loves being around other people, the thought of being isolated for weeks on end might be unbearable. But Charlie Grindle, a self-avowed extrovert, has discovered some of the upsides.
As COVID-19 continues to spread around the world, including in Maine and the rest of the United States, the information we receive can sometimes be misleading and/or confusing. That's why it's important to get it from a trusted source. One of mine is Dr. Dora Anne Mills.
"Here we are, in this beautiful slowing down that allows us to open and know a different way. Priorities will sift and shift, as we move through this new way of being. A hopefully more loving time, a learning time and a forgiving time will become us." Some lessons from Arlene Wing
Dancing sets her free. Fills her heart and soul with joy. But for the time being, Susan Fekety has set her dancing shoes aside. And instead of feeling her spirit soar, it began to plummet. Three short words have helped lift her up and sustain her during this challenging time: Now. Here. This.
There are a lot of unsung heroes out there right now. I would like to draw your attention to one particular group that I don't think I've heard mentioned yet. Home care providers.