With the governor’s stay at home and non-essential business closure order now extended through Friday May 1, the Corona Virus Pandemic we’re living through will continue to test our tenacity, our spirit of cooperation and our innovation for at least another 4 weeks. Because there aren’t nearly enough people to strictly enforce the state mandates to stop the spread of the Corona Virus, complying with them will continue to have to be largely voluntary. Our tenacity will be tested as we try to find new ways to spend our time, locked up in our homes. When it comes to innovation, we’re finding new and creative ways to use social media to stay in touch with family and friends we can’t reach out and touch in person. Local church leaders are using the internet and social media to stay in touch with their flocks as they have never done before. But it doesn’t stop there. I read this morning about a man in the town of New Middletown Ohio who raised a bucket truck he owns outside a locked down nursing home so his mom could see him from her 3rd floor room window. I’m convinced we will get through this crisis the same way we get through others. That’s by working together, cooperating with each other, Thinking of each other and helping each other when we can.That’s the way I see it.