As the COVID-19 virus continues menacing our community and our nation, nothing “feels” the same any more. I know the virus is still the number one thing on peoples’ minds right now. We all know how to take all the precautions with masking, distancing and hygiene, but we still crave getting our old lives back. We crave the “feeling” of the discipline and regularity of a work week, a school week, or Sunday church. We want that great Friday night feeling back. It’s really easy to get cynical and depressed with what is happening all around us… but as all things do… this too shall pass.

Please keep your thoughts, prayers going for GRMC, their staff, and all the healthcare professionals in our community who are working unimaginably long hours trying to combat COVID-19.

Don Keil is the mayor of the city of Seguin and writes a monthly column which appears every third Sunday.

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