Attending a church service–in person–during the pandemic was both very weird and very wonderful
A poem: Grace for school time
A blessing of grace for parents, teachers, children, and others involved in the start of the 2020 school year.
You can’t make me wear a mask!
You cannot force me to wear a mask. For a very important reason. I invite you to not be forced either.
Living “both/and” during Phase 4
We share custody of the world with COVID-19. We need to have both a healthy fear and a healthy realism moving forward. We need to balance both.
COVID-19 Communication Coping Kit
A COVID_19 communication coping kit for this age of COVID-19 pandemic when we are re-opening after lockdown. It’s not easy to engage in conversation with others who think differently than you.
I don’t want to be the grownup!
Can you remember being 16? Could you possibly imagine what a pandemic would have been like for you when you were a teen? I can, and it gives me the shivers! I didn’t go to school to learn. I went to hang out with friends. I liked sports practice, but I liked talking on the …
On the threshold of Phase 1
As Manitoba moved so Stage 1 of reopening our economy, the uncertainty of risks will be stressful for everyone.
COVID-19 UPdate April 22, 2020
Conexus Counselling has implemented safe practices to remain open. In this time of anxiety, we seek to continue to be a resource to the community.
The math doesn’t work
Working from home full time and homeschooling full time is an unrealistic expectation for parents.
April 11, 2.0 A wedding in the time of COVID-19
It was the bride who was generous with a gift to me. April 11th has been transformed with a new memory of a parking lot wedding in the age of COVID-19–redemption!