By Linda Fisher Thornton
We’ll remember this year for a long time, and we will tell future generations stories about the challenges we endured as we tried to stay safe and well during a global pandemic.
One lesson we can take away from this experience is the power of connection. We found new ways to connect with others, and we needed that reassurance more often. As we dealt with supply-finding and constant rescheduling and a fear of what could happen to us and loved ones, we called old friends and distant family and created new bonds. We had family game nights. We started new traditions that brought us closer together.
This holiday season, I wish you and yours a time filled with good health and well-being and connection. Take a moment to reflect on the power of connection and how you can continue to tap into its many benefits long after the pandemic is over.