So to continue on the path of unprecedented posts, I just wanted to write a brief one checking in with you guys, making sure you’re safe, have the things you need, and are getting the connections you need to stay sane. This may be a book blog, but I think everything has a bit of a humanitarian touch to it now.
If you want to talk or vent frustrations about your current circumstance, feel free to reach out. I’m very fortunate that my employers let me stay home and stay paid, but I know not everyone was as lucky. Stay strong, reach out to loved ones, take care of yourself, and wash those hands.
2 thoughts on “April Check In”
Thank you, Keelin! Staying connected is so important right now.
I agree! I hope you’re safe and reading something to help get your mind off of things.