These are times of change. COVID 19 has thrown a good portion of the world into a tizzy of uncomfortable changes like millions of people losing their fathers, mothers, friends, and coworkers to the virus and unable to say goodbye. Or millions of people who are now employed while others are losing their businesses because of mandated closures. Medical workers are stretched beyond capacity to care for the sick and dying while trying to protect themselves from the disease too. We have stayed home to protect ourselves and others. For weeks, life as “normal” came to a screeching halt. In some ways it was a uniting time. World-wide, people came together through music, dance, comedy, and even applause in support of the medical teams. We have zoomed together, laughed together, cried together, rallied together, and we loved each other.