Growing up in Atlanta, I’ve watched people swarm grocery stores at the slightest chance of snow, but there was always certainty that we’d be safe. This is different – we’re all in a state of uncertainty about where our futures lie.
During this time, it’s easy to get lost in our emotions and day-to-day challenges, but it’s important to remember and be thankful for service workers who aren’t able to work remotely.
Grocery workers, health care professionals, government employees and more come to work each day trying their best to help people in need, while putting themselves at risk. Be kind.