If there’s one thing we’ve learned recently, it’s the power of connection. And when we can’t get together?
The next best thing is remembering the stories from when we could.
So we want to hear about yours.
You’ve just told Grandma it’s late, you have a busy morning tomorrow, and it’s time to change for bed.
Remember that Pixar movie where little Riley has all these emotions running around, trying to make sense of her new world?
Well, I’m betting, whether you’re 25 or 85 years old, that purple Fear guy has been making some noise in your brain [...]
I sat there with Sally. We sat here we two and we said, 'How we wish we had something to do.'"
Rain, sleet, snow, or potential illness… Yep, all things known to make the day drag.
But even if it’s not safe to go out, nor safe to play ball, you [...]
“The sun did not shine, it was too wet to play, so we sat in the house all that cold, cold, wet day.” (Dr. Seuss’ Cat in the Hat)
Whether it’s Coronavirus or bad weather keeping you inside, isolation can be draining.
Wishing for something to do?
“A balanced diet is a cookie in each hand.” --Barbara Johnson
Okay, yes, that quote is a “bit” tongue-in-cheek. But it points at the obvious:
Having a balanced diet is important.
So what could be stopping Grandma and Grandpa from eating well?
“To eat is a necessity, but to eat intelligently is an art.” –François de la Rochefoucauld
Food. It consumes so much of our day. Buying it, cooking it, consuming it… It’s an integral part of our everyday lives, both for nutrition and community.