Alone Time in a Pandemic

I’m the only one working on my entire floor at the courthouse. Here’s what that looks like, plus some encouragement for those who miss having people around.

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3 Responses to Alone Time in a Pandemic

  1. Linn says:

    Tim, I am trying to imagine being in a big building like that with no one around. I am also an introvert, and love to hang out with my cat (also an introvert), but I’m also a teacher instructing 250 fourth/fifth graders in Spanish lessons from my home. I am really thankful that I know what I will be doing for about six-eight hours of everyday. My church does have a group chat going, and video checkins, which I also appreciate. Most touching-I live in a mobile home park with about 1/2 seniors, 1/2 Vietnamese multigenerational families. The Vietnamese family on the right came by with some extra food last week, as well as to other a few other families on our end of the court, because they knew there would be more need right now. It saved me one trip to the store, but it was just the love that came all wrapped up in it that made me cry.

  2. Brittany K says:

    Thank you so much for these encouraging videos, Tim!

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