Sheltering in Place Letter ~ April 1, 2020
Hello dear Friends,
I wish this was a real April Fool’s letter, because I would start off by saying everything’s back to normal now. However, we know that this is far from the truth. I miss seeing you, and I want to touch base and hear how you are doing. I know you all have very different circumstances going into this crisis. Please drop me a quick email and let me know how the Shelter-in-Place time has affected you: if you are working, who you are spending it with, and how you are coping. Please understand that I will be following the extended mandate to Shelter through April 30th; and will resume seeing clients in May, barring any changes. So if you have appointments in April, we will need to reschedule them.
I am praying you are staying well, keeping others safe, and are making the time as fruitful as you can.
I’ve listed a few healthy suggestions for you to consider to get through, and maybe use to evaluate if these first two weeks of isolation can be improved upon:
A Biomat produces deep-penetrating, far infrared rays along with negative ions that activate the body at the molecular level. Some of the benefits include:
Also, here are some tools you may want to purchase to ease the stress of these days, though they are a poor substitute for an hour on my table (Google these for the best prices):
My days: I’ve been cooking more (haven’t we all?), reading, playing my harp, and walking in the woods. I am grateful that my hubby, Kevin, has a job that he can do from home. He’s enjoying not having to commute, and lucky him, he got a massage last weekend (first in about a year?). I think this togetherness time is a bonafide trial-run for his retirement in a few years. And I just realized too, that I have not had this much time off from massage in 14 years! Feels very weird. I am so grateful for you, for the wonderful friendships that I have known through this work, and for the confidence you have placed in my skills.
With much love,
Spring blooms from my garden.
A woodsy walk at the Arboretum a few days before it closed for a while.