What will life look like post-quarantine for you? For our community? Will it go on as it did before or will there always be something that’s just a little different?
It’s possible that things won’t seem different, but that’s not likely. I have a feeling that we’re all going to have a permanent shift in perspective. We might have a little more appreciation for the little things in life and a greater gratitude for the people we come in contact with. Hopefully we’ll remember the way our community came together to help one another when things were uncertain. Maybe during this time we’ve realized there actually are things to do in our town, things that we tend to take for granted but that we’re missing so much now.
Surely when this ends we’ll go eat at our favorite restaurant and the sound of the live music will make you feel alive again. What if we stop saying we should go to that one attraction someday and we actually do it. When we are safely able to patronize retailers, restaurants, bars, venues, parks, and other attractions again, we should! They’ve been working so hard to accommodate the community in these strange times, but it’s so much harder than it appears. We might realize now how much we need them, but it’s important not to forget that they need us too. These are your friends, your neighbors… if we’ve learned anything from this time, I hope it’s how important we are to one another.
Now that we’re finally seeing a light at the end of the tunnel, it’s the perfect time to make some plans! If you need suggestions, check out our visitors guide, our events calendar, or give us a call!