Day 18 – 52 Good Things

I went to the grocery store today and thanked every employee I talked to. One man responded with genuine appreciation. “Most people are just yelling at us because we are out of things” he said.

Standing in line outside the store was weird. I felt contaminated until I got home, washed my hands, and wiped everything down with Lysol. I washed my avocados. That’s new.

I miss my dad today. It’s grey and snowing. And still, I’m surprised by the helpful things companies are offering and the good in the in between spaces. So here we go.

111. Organic India is sending free immunity support kits all over the country. Request yours here.

112. Khesed Wellness is offering up to 500 free mental health sessions for those directly impacted by the virus. If you can donate, more will be able to get services.

113. Whole milk for coffee

114. Texts with cousins far away

115.  Recipes from old cook books

116. Summoning my Minnesota roots in the form of casserole

117. This hilarious would you rather: Would you rather have fins for feet or a blow hole?

Well – what would you rather have? I really want to know!

Send your answer and your list of good things in your world right now to me when you can. 52beautifulthings at gmail dot com

One comment

  1. Hi Katie,

    Thank you for helping us to remember the good things.

    Here are a few of mine:

    This hilarious coronavirus-themed parody of “One day more” from Les Misérables from a family in the U.K. watch it here: https://www.facebook.com/625160175/videos/10163265168130176/

    How to sew a face mask: https://www.nytimes.com/article/how-to-make-face-mask-coronavirus.html

    New Yorkers applaud health care workers and first responders from home https://www.instagram.com/p/B-Qi9IcpHBO/

    Until next time, health and peace to you,

    OH! and I’ll keep my feet.

    On Thu, Apr 2, 2020 at 6:27 PM 52 Beautiful Things wrote:

    > Katie Huey posted: “I went to the grocery store today and thanked every > employee I talked to. One man responded with genuine appreciation. “Most > people are just yelling at us because we are out of things” he said. > Standing in line outside the store was weird. I felt contami” >

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