By Carol Meyer
I know we are all more than grateful for frontline workers and the tremendous sacrifices they are making during the current health crisis, even as things seem to have eased up a bit.
And let's remember, frontline workers include not only first responders, and doctors, nurses and other medical staff, but also bus drivers, grocery store clerks, fast-food workers, and anyone who puts themselves at risk to provide services that make our lives healthier and better during this challenging time.
Frontline workers put in long hours, give up family time, and lose hours of sleep serving those in need of their services.
Making face masks for frontline workers has become a popular way to give back. And if like me, you don't sew! there are other ways to show appreciation -- including a simple "thank you for all you are doing" when we have that opportunity.
Let's continue to appreciate their sacrifices and pray for their safety and for things to get back to normal as much as possible.