Yep, we’re still here. Even while some parts of the country have reopened, many of us still find ourselves working from home, and many are facing the reality of the school year starting up as the last one ended, with distance learning. We are still facing uncertainties around health, and jobs, and just life in general. There are still many, many days when this “new normal” doesn’t feel very normal at all.
But one thing many of us have gotten better with during this unusual time is finding ways to connect that we hadn’t thought of, or used sparingly before. Grandparents are scheduling Zoom meeting with their grandkids. Virtual happy hours are connecting groups of friends that haven’t had an actual in-person happy hour in years. We can’t see as many people as we used to, but we are “seeing” some people we maybe wouldn’t have thought to connect with if things were “normal.”
And there are some opportunities to connect that have been expanded with the ability to gather in-person taken away. An example? How about our Swing for a Cure program and auction.Continue reading New Normal, New Possibilities—Swing for a Cure Virtual Program and Auction