A piece of my mind
We’ve been in lockdown for a few years already. That’s what it feels like when you can’t go out. It’s been difficult, it’s been scary. It certainly feels like the end of the world as we know it. It’s all doom and gloom and things are going to get worse.
And yet, there are amazing things happening. My heart bursts with pride when I think of you – my wonderful colleague. I know that you must be physically and emotionally exhausted because you bear a huge burden, but you are doing so well. You work without complaining. You entered the profession to make a difference in people’s lives, and that’s exactly because what you are doing right now. Thank you. I’m sorry I can’t pop out and come and help you, but I think of you often.