The way we’re offering lunches looks a lot different these days, as we’re serving lunches in carry out containers with juice or bottled water instead of welcoming our guests to sit down and eat. Because we expanded our building in 2019 by adding the family dining space, we are able to let our youngest guests sit and eat with their families, as it’s pretty hard to push a stroller, juggle multiple young children, and safely carry containers of food.
The way we care for our guests has not changed. People can still access a phone to make a call, we can help people with additional items they need, and of course our bathroom facilities are open.
Recently a young girl fell and scraped her knee on the way in the family dining room. We found neosporin and band aids, and had a good laugh as we tried to fix her up while wearing a mask and gloves and fumbled through it. Kudos to nurses who do that type of work every day, as we need lessons in putting on band aids with gloves!
We look forward to the time when we can reopen our dining rooms and spend time with our guests.