Stephen (Korean) and Felecia
They got married on October 4, 2020.
The Jasmine is Still Sweet-- Responding
emotionally to COVID19
It was in the
middle of March. The news about COVID-19 in The
Bahamas was in our ears. But many of us did not
really grasp at that time what this was all
about. The 24-hour curfew was not in place yet.
On March 17 and 18, Annick and I had to make a
previously planned one-day trip to our daughter
in Brandon, Florida, to get some things she had
for us. We were nervous. We took alcohol-soaked
napkins, hand sanitizers and masks. We sanitized
our seat in the airports and airplanes. We got
back the following day with a sign of relief.
Since then, our country has been shaken to the
core with COVID19. Some have died, bringing pain
and disbelief to families. Many more have been
infected with COVID19 and many others suspected
of having the diseases. We are
experiencing something we have never had before
or never will again in our lifetime. Although
the much-needed restrictions are gradually being
lifted, the scare of COVID19 is exposing our
fears, frets, anxiety, and worry. --
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