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Thursday, October 1, 2020

Feast of St. Therese of Lisieux

 Therese, also know as the "Little Flower", lived a short life, 1873-1897 but she entered the Carmelites early, died of tuberculosis at the age of 24 and is now a Doctor of the Church. Her "Little Way" was to do all with love in the presence of God. She said that she would spend her heaven in doing good upon earth and she has done this for so many.

Our Life Enrichment Director is so creative. Yesterday, Day 1 0f 28, we received the "Lockdown Daily News. This is a great idea as many of us are not on email and I love this that she said: "This is a learning experience for all of us. There are certainly things that we've not thought of yet, but will address issues as they arise. We will all try to be patient with this temporary situation and pray for each other and those far more affected by this pandemic that we are. Thank you!

Today staff has come to ask us what we want for our noon dinner and for supper. I am really happy about that as our menu is excellent but I do not want everything on the menu as dinner as too much. We are so fortunate and the food here is delicious even on paper plates and small paper cups!

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