The Gazette-Journal asked its readers (via social media) how they are coping as they stay at home during this current pandemic, how they are handling school and working, whether they have received any acts of kindness from neighbors or friends.
These are some of the replies we received (in their own words).
“I had a God Wink several weeks ago, and it came with angels. ‘Are not the angels all ministering spirits, servants sent out in the service of God,’ Hebrews 1:14.
“When the coronavirus became a colloquial term, I decided to have my P.O. Box mail delivered to my rural mailbox. I asked the Postmistress if I could forward the mail to my home and was surprised to discover I would have to close out my box in town. Not wanting to close the box and having to change the address for the mail being sent there, I was in a quandary.
“That same day, I had a phone call from an acquaintance, who works in town, asking me if she could do anything for me. At first, I rep...
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