Thursday, July 23, 2020

Summer Update

My great-grandfather Abram. Succumbed to 
the Spanish Flu in his early 40s while taking care
of local sick farmers in rural Pennsylvania. 
My Dear Clients & Friends, 

More requests and inquiries have drifted across my desk as to how I am doing and if I am tuning out in the public once again. Myself personally, I am doing alright and I thank you deeply for your concern as to my wellness. Regarding piano servicing, quite simply the answer is no. Not right now. And no, I have no more an idea of when I will reopen, than anyone does on when the fog of this pandemic will lift and we will all be able to see life as normal once again. 

Though perhaps with a new perspective on what it means to be human - within the global scale of humanity and our neighbors next door. May we ever be so kind to each other, as we desire as such for ourselves. May we do as such for this beautiful world in which we breath, live and love. 

I keep hearing various debates as to what is actual truth and reality, or not, during such times as these. Whatever the case may be, I will continue to do my best to make decisions in adherence to the guidelines of Washington State Department of Health. And my friends and those alike, the updates I am getting are not looking good these days. So I ask, that whatever decision you make, whichever decision you feel is right deep within you, that your actions are for you, for me and for all of us. 

As always, with the greatest sincerity of my heart, I wish you safety, health and wellness. That no matter how grim or gray the days might seem, that you get up every morning, put on your shoes of resiliency and you make it to the next day. Because eventually, that next day won’t be the same surreal reality that we are currently living in. One of greatest lessons I have learned in walking many hard roads during my life thus far, is to hang in there. Because it’s going to be ok.

With much gratitude…


1 comment:

  1. Thank you for your compassionate thoughts. We are sure all of us wish you well and miss you!