“What has changed in your typical day since the coronavirus lockdown?”

By Sophie Cheng

Because of this unfortunate global pandemic, lots of time has been on my hands.  With this time, I’ve been able to work on calligraphy, something that I’ve always shown interest in but had little time for.  My teachers and friends always compliment my nice handwriting and calligraphy and different typefaces have come easy to me.  

When I learned that Robert Wood Johnson Hospital is looking to fill the halls with cards and messages of hope and thanks, I decided to spend time to draw and write thank you cards to the healthcare workers.  When my brother and I decided to donate masks to Green Knoll Rescue Squad and his school’s Health & Wellness Center, I also created handwritten cards using different style of fonts.   I would like to show my appreciation to these frontline workers risking their owns lives to save COVID-19 patients.

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