In this post, we share true stories from you, our readers. We hope you find some solace in, empathy for, and inspiration from each other.
Kara, Shelf Edge Specialist, HEB Grocery
“We have been receiving hazard pay.
“I’ve got partners who are quilters who are busting their [sewing] stashes to make cute masks for as many of us as they have fabric for. Our community here is excellent and our company is taking care of us.
“The worst side of this? I’ve tried hard to shed that nonsense. The worst has been the self-entitled, spoiled and whiny humans who can’t be inconvenienced without pitching toddler-level fits over ephemera. I maintain my calm and react as I would with a screaming two-year-old.”
Read more, via GermInfo.org.
Previous “From the reader” stories:
- Miguel part 1, a stay-at-home dad from Nicaragua
- Miguel, part 2
- Kelly, an elementary school teacher from Virginia