With all this is going on right now, the challenges, fears, loneliness, everyone is

learning to cope in their special way. Humors is often interjected, always a good thing

if we can laugh, and you always hope it is appropriate! I have a little embroidered motto in

my office I'd like to share.

It shows a cute little mouse climbing a rope. It reads,

"When I get to the end of my robe, I tie a knot in it and hang on."

We here at Kentbury are not at the end of any ropes, and you are not either. If you're a writer,

use this time and your talent to create, reflect, learn and see what doors may be opening, even

though it seems many are closed right now. We are with you, and remember....

Hit those keys!

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