A baby who is not picked up and held will fail to thrive. Humans need the touch of other humans to succeed as happy, rational people. Never has that been more apparent than now. After a year of “air hugs,” elbow bumps and working remotely where the virus has kept us apart, as a Southern girl used to hugging everyone, I feel the loss of touch deeply. What does this have to do with elevators? Let me count the ways.
- Ricia Sturgeon-Hendrick, Editor-at-Large/Publisher