Send Us Your Stories, Photos, Ideas, Etc.
We are in some peculiar times to be sure. Accustomed to getting out and going where we want when we want and visiting who we want, our world has turned a bit upside down.
But we are the resilient, adaptable and irrepressible people of this bipeninsular paradise we thrive in.
With the news coming at us quickly and in forms that further our collective cloistering it has become essential to maintain our sense of humor as well as our indomitable spirit.
N3 is inviting our readers to send us their stories and photos that represent the ways we are rising above this intrusion into our way of life.
Send them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will select some of our favorites for inclusion in our pulse section.
The first comes from our friend and neighbor Mary Spicer.
When visits with their great grandparents Charlie and Mary Wyman (who live ever so conveniently across the street from them) were halted by the current need for social distancing the Spicer girls, Liberty and Kennedy, decided to show them how much they were missed with a little messaging.
And Mom got into the spirit when she heard about the plan hatched via facebook to have everyone sing the Journey classic ‘Don’t Stop Believing’ at 7pm tonight, preferably outside and loud. The flowers were inspired by Liberty who poses in the center of the sun.
So for those who either forgot or were never at a Minnesota Twins baseball game we’ll get you started
“Just a small town girl
Livin in a lonely world
She took the midnight train goin’ anywhere…”
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