Tag: covid-19

His Life Depends on Them!!

  Good day, friends, Recently, I came across an internet meme about the upcoming return to school that made me chuckle: “I can’t believe March break is almost over.” And what a March break it has been. I will spare you the details as we have all experienced this pandemic together, on a global scale. How we experience this new academic year will likely be similar, albeit with some variations. Like the majority of parents, we fretted over the decision of our child returning to school, in-person, school. In our case, the choice was almost imposed by our provincial government;...

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Nurses in a San Antonio hospital become wedding planners!

Good day, With so much troubling, worrying, and negative news stories, I thought I would start a new tradition of finding positive articles, stories, or anecdotes that I would share with you to start the week. This story was shared on CNN (the link is attached at the end of the article). I have transcribed it here in case it gets removed by that webmaster at a future date.  Nurses in a San Antonio hospital organize a patient's wedding to help lift his spirits A San Antonio man who was hospitalized with Covid-19 the same week as his wedding got...

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This Nurse is a Hometown Hero for Creating A ‘Take-What-You-Need’ Pantry For Her Virginia Hospital

Good day, With so much troubling, worrying and negative news stories, I thought I would start a new tradition of finding positive articles, stories, or anecdotes that I would share with you to start the week. This story was shared on Goodnews Network (the link is attached at the end of the article). I have transcribed it here in case it gets removed by that webmaster at a future date.  Do you remember when the aisles of grocery stores were emptied of toilet paper and other staples at the beginning of the pandemic?  Nurse Stacy Mason recalls seeing her fellow...

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Pandemic of Love – Uplifting News Story

Good day, With so much troubling, worrying and negative news stories, I thought I would start a new tradition of finding positive articles, stories, or anecdotes that I would share with you to start the week. This story was shared on NBC Miami  (the link is attached at the end of the article). I have transcribed it here in case it gets removed by that webmaster at a future date.  South Florida Woman Spreads ‘Pandemic of Love' to Help Community in Crisis With unemployment at historic levels, there are so many families who need help. The long lines at food...

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Paying it forward at the grocery store- Italian Inspiration

Good day, With so much troubling, worrying, and negative news stories, I thought I would start a new tradition of finding positive articles, stories, or anecdotes that I would share with you to start the week. This story was shared on NPR (the link is attached at the end of the article). I have transcribed it here in case it gets removed by that webmaster at a future date.  In Italy, 'Suspended Shopping' Helps Those Facing Economic Hardship During Pandemic. In Italy, where the coronavirus has shuttered more than 2 million businesses and left 1 in every 2 workers without...

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When an angel has the wings of a plane to help him!

Good day, With so much troubling, worrying, and negative news stories, I thought I would start a new tradition of finding positive articles, stories, or anecdotes that I would share with you to start the week. This story was shared on The Good News Network (the link is attached at the end of the article). I have transcribed it here in case it gets removed by that webmaster at a future date.  16-Year-Old Has Been Using His Flying Lessons to Deliver Medical Supplies to Rural Hospitals Fighting COVID 16-year-old TJ Kim may not have his driver’s license yet, but he...

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How to avoid family conflicts during the COVID-19 quarantine? 5 simple rules to maintain harmony at home.

How to put an end to the bickering before it begins? It will not be easy- but we can do it if we follow these five simple rules and if we promise to catch ourselves when we break one of the rules. It has been three weeks, maybe 4? I am losing count of the days, and I catch myself wondering what day of the week it is. Suffice to say, it has been a while that we are all at home together in a never-ending episode of Full House! I don’t need to remind you or myself that we...

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