America, let’s face mask. Come on. We’re a smart country, aren’t we? We make mistakes, but we learn from them, right? Let’s beat this thing together.
Coler Hospital nurses’ stories, gathered from front line tales of the struggle to saves lives threatened by COVID-19, offer multi-hued versions of courage.
Is Paul Selig the Esther Hicks we wanted? The contrast are stark but most break between consistency (Selig) and contradiction (Hicks.)
A salute to Coler Hospital and its staff roared up Roosevelt Island at noon today. Weeks of risk and hellish work rewarded with cheers and love.
Carter Burden’s expanding network is a kind of group hug for seniors and those who care about them. Seeded in Sixties social activism, it thrives through Covid-19, serving seniors.
Central Park, April 25th, 2020, a day one month into New York PAUSE, the coronavirus shutdown, blossomed. It was like spring defying the darkness.
You can’t stop spring on Roosevelt Island. Pandemics, stupid politics, sorrow — none block the awakening. Pictures prove our point.
Happy cats make happy homes even happier. They add a feline twist to appreciating life, making us see things differently.
Thank you, Roosevelt Island, for caring, for your willingness to adapt, to care for others. And for being so strong in crisis.
Free Audible Books for kids is a practical way in which Amazon’s pitching in to help during the coronavirus crisis. The focus is kids; the relief is for parents.