1. TH Olson · March 19, 2020

    I appreciate your writing, Ken, and am reminded by the adage that “things could be worse”. We are able to get out and get some exercise and fresh air—even if limited. Last Friday we were told that we were the last visitors (for the time being) to the facility where my father-in-law lives. The doors were locked behind us to all except caregivers. Don’t get me wrong. We’ve been impressed with the care that Dad gets and they are doing what needs to be done to keep all the residents safe. But the isolation will be hard on him as well as others living there. We talk with him daily and he appreciates it but doesn’t understand what is going on. Hopefully things will improve soon for everyone but we recognize that we certainly don’t have it as bad as others might. Take care.


  2. kwundrow · March 19, 2020

    Shut ins are always on my mind. This is a particularly hard time. Take care Tom and know they are there for him while you can’t be and that God is always at his side.


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