Physical distancing not social isolation

I am physically distancing at home (@ucsf has non essential staff working from home through April 15th & my son’s high school has gone online through April 20th).

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Thank you to #flattenthecurve & #thisisnotasnowday for explaining things clearly: we can do our part to help contain Covid19 by staying home, in addition to washing our hands & monitoring how we feel. The graphs are clear: it will take each of us distancing ourselves now to contribute to the collective good.

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Physical distancing or illness ≠ social isolation. As I am taking the time to put routines into place to support our thriving at home in the coming month+, I am committed more than ever to loving outloud.

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Today that looks like lots of letters and love notes. And a Facetime with my nieces (virtual gymnastics performance 👏🏼). And a zoom with @altmba coaches to noodle on what we have to contribute to the greater good. And voice memoes back and forth with my bestie to coordinate community needs. And a phone call with one of my loves to talk about what is close to our hearts.

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We can do this. We can (and need to!) love each other now more than ever.

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What creative ways are you staying connected as you physically distance? How can I love you right now?

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Send me your address for a love note. xo forever

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