Reflections from the front lines serving individuals experiencing homelessness, through a global pandemic, Phoenix winter, and living up to the legacy of a champion.
It has been more than two weeks since my last post. The break from social media was not planned and was cherished. Personally my recovery from COVID is incrementally better each day with remaining mild congestion, dryness in my head, and loss of smell. My energy levels are improved. Fingers crossed I am nearing the end of this COVID chapter.
COVID response continues for our clients and employees. Minimal positive cases are emerging from the Human Services Campus. It's surreal to think that we are approaching the two year mark of operating in "COVID mode" with PPE and reduced numbers of people indoors.
And we are in another Phoenix winter, where 50 degrees and no sunshine does feel cold. Yes, I know in my hometown the high temperature was 21 degrees today. It's all relative. Tonight with a low of 38 degrees on Phoenix pavement, it will be cold. Colder than any human being should have to live outside and attempt to sleep in. [Read More]