welcome to Spilt Ink
We made it to the day of love commemorated by a martyr who chose Christaininty over a beheading, but let’s save the mush romantic stuff for Hallmark. Anyway, make sure you let your significant other how much you care about them. These have been some very difficult days for most of us and without our support, most of us would have caved in a long time ago.
I would like to take time to salute those who held the world together when it seemed it was coming apart before our eyes.
- First responders (Doctors, nurses, hospital workers, firemen, policemen)
- Minimum wage retailers
- Food delivery workers
- Service workers
- Transportation drivers
- Truck Drivers
- Parents who helped with the distance learning of their children
- And all those people who did their jobs so we could stay safe
Wear a mask, wash your hands, keep social distance so we can all get through this together. When we have decided that our personal freedom is more important than public safety, we have created super-spreaders that have claimed the lives of so many of our friends and family. I think on this Valentine’s Day, we reflect on the blessings that have come to us through this difficult time. When we look back we will see that God or whoever you call your higher power has been with us every step of the way.