These are difficult times in Kingsmill as in many other locations.
Here are a few ideas of things that you might like to do to pass the time and to stay connected with friends and neighbors . . .

Meditation is clinically proven to help deal with a variety of stressors, particularly emotional stress. It allows you to take a break from dwelling on the things that stress you out by actively redirecting your thoughts. Meditation can help you practice in choosing your thoughts, rather than letting worry take over, which can help eliminate some emotional stress in the long run.
Are you wondering how to prevent your mind from wandering off and staying present or need a technique? Watch “How mindfulness can help you to live in the present by Rev. Takafumi Kawakami” on TEDxKyoto and decide what works best for you.

If there’s a silver lining in these uncertain times, it’s music — from free virtual concerts to suggested playlists. One of the most inspiring recent efforts came from Shelbie Rassler, a senior composition major at Boston Conservatory.
Shelbie shared an idea on her Facebook page, explaining to her friends how it would work: “your job is to just take a video of yourself singing, playing your instrument along to the track, choreograph a dance to the music, anything your heart desires, and I’ll cut everything up to create an arrangement from what y’all send me, and share it with you all because WHAT THE WORLD NEEDS NOW IS LOVE SWEET LOVE Y’ALL LETS MAKE IT HAPPEN.

And it happened!      Could we do the same in Kingsmill?