Heckling reporters as an act of protest is one thing I'll never get behind. Regardless of a person's opinion on the state of media and journalism in our country, yelling behind someone's back to get your face on camera is cowardly.
When writing about the need to get back to normal from the coronavirus shutdowns, ask yourself if you are truly loving your neighbors. While I'm ready to get back to normal, I'm ok to say not yet.
This series is about life within our new global community, Covid-ville. As our world universally moves into shelters and sanctuaries to fend off this vicious disease, here are some stories from our bubble as we navigate this time with a perspective on mental health, adoption, foster care and family life. Sometime around 3:30 p.m., I … Continue reading Dispatches from Covid-ville: Sunday is Coming
Working in the yard this weekend, we built a reminder of this time in quarantine that hopefully will endure for years to come.
Just like educators, child welfare workers are rewriting the rules of engagement on the fly. That now includes virtual visits with parents. Here's my thoughts after our third one.