It is Sunday morning, May 3, 2020, and my last day of work was March 19, 2020. In two weeks it will be two months with no income. So many things happen during our lifetime that is unexpected. This pandemic seems to have topped the cake as far as unforeseen events that could change the course of life as we know it. It has been a long time since I have written on this blog. Funny how I thought last year was a particularly disruptive time in my life. I closed my shop where I had run my business for 29 years as a result of having a business below me who became infested with rodents, which started infiltrating my space. I then moved to a location in Chevy Chase, Maryland, beginning the first week of September 2019. It seemed to be working out, not optimal, but my clients were showing up, and that was good. Then came the COVID-19 pandemic, and here we are! And I thought my business changes were a problem, wow, little did I know what a big issue could be in life!
So, how have I been spending my time during these trying times, you may ask? And I ask the same question of you? It seems like by now, I would have every closet, and every room of my Bethesda condo cleaned and well organized. The truth be told, that is not the case. I have attempted to make masks, I have rearranged my living room, steamed cleaned my bedroom, bathroom, and kitchen, but I still have a lot of work that I would like to accomplish while I am always home. Currently, I am the President of the Board of Directors for my condominium. This position seems to get in the way of my home projects. Disruptions to the operation of our condo seem to be constant, as a result of this pandemic. All of this has led me to realize that it is an excellent time to reach out to the public to learn what others are doing and to find out how every one of you is holding up? I am hoping to determine the needs of others and to see if I can help in any way and to maybe get others on the same bandwagon with me. These are trying times, and although many of us have the means to sustain for a while, others of us may need immediate help.
Please reach out to me if you need help, and I will see if there is some way if I or someone I know can help. Anyone that would like to participate, please let me know. Thank you, and stay safe, be sure to practice social distancing, and wear a mask. And whatever you do, don’t let your inability to participate in helping out, keep you from sharing your story with us!
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