Travel isn’t what it used to be, and it’s also not what it will be down the road, either. The best way to put it is that we’re in a state of transition this year, between B.C. (before COVID) and A.D. (after the disease).
I don’t have all the answers. There I said it. That can be a struggle sometimes to admit. As a husband, a dad, a youth pastor, and a friend, there are a lot of folks that sometimes ask me for an answer but I don’t have them all. In these days of Covid-19 there have been many of us searching for answers to questions that we don’t know the answer to and if you are like me, sometimes when it comes to Coronavirus wanting answers but not even sure what questions to ask.
We are living in such an unusual time. A scary time for many. A word that most had never even heard of (unless they spent time reading the back of a Lysol can) has been a game changer in lives all over the entire world. Coronavirus. Who knew one word can put so much fear and make so many changes to what we know of as “everyday life”. It seems as every day, there are new protocols and new restrictions. One thing that has seemed to remain is the fact that many parents are now learning how to homeschool their children. Sure, teachers may be sending online support but parents are still having to find ways to make home educating work (and entertain) outside what the public schools offer.