Letter from the Administrator

“April showers bring May flowers” is a reminder that even the most unpleasant of things, in this case, the heavy rains of April, can bring about very enjoyable things indeed — even an abundance of flowers in May. “April showers bring May flowers” is also a lesson in patience and one that remains valid to this day.

This pandemic has definitely taught us patience. It has also taught us how to show compassion and adjust to change. It has made me re-think my priorities and remember how precious life is. It has been a reminder to appreciate the smaller things in life – the things I often take for granted. With so many deaths each day, I am grateful for my family and friends, even if it means video calls and text messages while we cannot see each other in person. With so many people falling ill, I am grateful for my health. With so many people losing jobs and becoming homeless, I am grateful for the food in my fridge and a place to call home. This pandemic has made me re-evaluate my life and assess my priorities and served as a reminder of how precious life is and appreciate the small things in life. I appreciate Christian Heights, the residents, and staff alike. You all are valuable and play an important role in the success of our facility. I want family members to know that we are doing everything that we can to keep their loved ones safe. Thank you again for trusting us to care for you or your loved one.

Tammy Workman,

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