For the second week in a row, The Superstation listeners have helped to #spreadthelove.
The past two Fridays, we’ve posted on our Facebook page for you to leave a quick note to someone you’ve been thinking about a little more during this time of quarantining. It’s not easy but fortunately, for most of us, it’s mostly just annoying. However, for some of us, this stay at home order is challenging. And that’s what this #spreadthelove is all about. For letting those we love know that we’re thinking about them. That we’re going to get through it. That all we need to do is keep plugging away.
Let’s take a look at some of the messages from today:
- Sending lots of love to Grandpa Arnold being cared for by the wonderful staff at The Meadows of Wadena! We miss you grandpa and hope we can come visit soon! Happy Easter!! Love, Amanda & Justin and the Patron family, along with the whole Theisen crew! #spreadthelove -Amanda
- Thank You to all the wonderful caring staff at Bertha-Hewitt school! Spot on with preparing and delivering meals. Distance Learning Packets put together so nice and easy to follow and for keeping us in the know each day! You are such a blessing during this time! -Melissa
- I’m missing my 4th graders..I hope you are all safe and well I hope that I will see you soon -Sharyl
- To my students – I believe in the future of agriculture and I believe in you. Keep being the rockstars you all are and make good choices. -Tumberg
- Wanting to thank all of my coworkers and colleagues at the Minnesota State community and Technical College ( M State) for continuing to support each other, myself, and the students we serve while navigating the somewhat new to some of us online delivery of services. I can’t thank you all enough for your patience and may we continue to be All In this Together!!! -Paula
- Thinking of you, mom and dad. We will miss you this Easter. Hopefully we can visit for Fishing Opener. -Norm
There are more messages and more people helping to #spreadthelove on our Facebook page. Keep posting. Keep being good neighbors. Keep going. We’ll do this again next Friday and every Friday until we’re allowed to visit again. Until next week, give someone a call or write a letter and reach out. It really does help.