I’m feeling overwhelmed and have been stuck in and out of that space for a couple of weeks; I’m feeling a little frozen, not unlike the scene outside of our windows. The project has grown in many unanticipated ways and demands more work and constantly learning new skills. While it’s invigorating, it’s also exhausting. Never, when we began this project, did we anticipate making a video series on healing from grief, loss, and trauma. But, here we are making the Healing Heart to Heart series, creating a YouTube channel, and needing to learn more about sharing on social media. We feel like we’re not doing any of it to the quality and consistency that it deserves.
So, what keeps us working on it and learning all that’s necessary to keep up? We are still inspired by the idea of We-All-Can, because we really believe that the many daily kindnesses and courageous thoughts and deeds can lead to real change and healing; and that providing a platform to encourage, comfort, and inspire each other is worthy work.
We are also inspired by the feedback we have been receiving. Many of you let us know that you have been uplifted by the site. Several Facebook posts received more than 500 looks and one got nearly 6000. We are encouraged by our invitation to present We-All-Can at the Mayor’s Volunteer Program Appreciation Awards Banquet with an anticipated audience of over 300.
We are encouraged by your help and kindness. Pastor Jonathan Dobbs introduced me to the tripod for my phone to film Healing Heart to Heart videos. Counselor Kelly Anglin spent two patient hours with me filming her video because my technology didn’t work correctly. Each person interviewed gave heartfelt wisdom and shared so very generously. I learned and was blessed by each of you!
Thank you, to each of you who checks out the site, “likes,” or shares. Thank you to all of you who live your lives with kindness and courage; you inspire us and are our beacon to continue.
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