Since the last week in March of 2020, though it happened for others a bit earlier, life change drastically all over the world. We have had to find ways to live through what thousands have not been able to survive, COVID-19. Nothing prepared me for the extreme realities of the past year. So many things had to change without prior warning or preparation that there is no mystery why we find ourselves struggling trying to define what our new normal should be. With racial tensions brewing, unemployment on the rise, sickness and death all around us, how do we press forward? How do our children survive the challenges of not being able to experience the normal "in person learning" or the opportunity to grow socially one with the other? What do we do with the endless days and nights of not being able to visit our family and friends in person? How are we expected to manage loneliness? Depression? Grief? Hiding our faces from one another? Things have changed so dramatically that I fear there is no going back to what use to be. It's time to discover what normality is going to look like going forward, individually and collectively. What are your thoughts on what our new normal should be?