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Updates from the Board Members
We held an online Board meeting to explore ways we could reach out to our fellow expats. It became quite clear how we all have been experiencing similar yet different emotions in this “adventure”. Below, the board members are sharing their thoughts and feelings in hopes that you might find a kindred spirit and know you are not alone.
Heather Evertsen, President
Lisa Irene, Vice President
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Donna Denise Scharnagl
Initially in shock and nervous, even to leave the sanctuary of my sunny apartment for food, lockdown proved to be very fruitful for me.
A different quarantine
We were both very productive all along, although I missed being in the outdoors very much.
I was full of energy for the upcoming spring but suddenly everything stopped - just when I could have worked harder!
Everyone was afraid, but life went on.
The steward serving me told me that there were only 25 passengers on the return flight from Frankfurt to NY!
It was a fascinating and self-revealing journey over six weeks, almost forgot covid was out there.
Unlike many, I was actually out just about everyday except for weekends during the Lockdown.
I'm missing out on him as a newborn due to current travel restrictions but am excited about the prospect of meeting him in person and doing my stint as a nonna this summer!
We all felt helpless but at the same time this feeling was uniting all of us and we were starting to react in a joyful creative way.