Hello all! Just wanted to let you know that I am thinking of you, and I hope you all are staying safe and healthy. May God bless each one of you during this time. — Wynonna Klaassen, Chilliwack
Hello everyone my name is Madeline and I would like to say that anyone here who feels like they have been forgotten one thing to say is that you will never ever be forgotten people out there still love as much as family and friends so keep your head up high! — Madeline Owen
This is a message to all seniors who are isolated from family and friends during the covid18 pandemic. Know that you are loved and thought about more so than ever and want you to stay safe and healthy and that we will see you again once this crisis is over. — Randy Cronsilver, Port Moody
Hello, Just a quick note to wish you good health and cheer. I think of all of you missing your friends and family and how hard that must be for all. I also know you are strong, stronger than we are because we haven’t lived through what you have, the depression, wars and diseases there were no vaccines for. My folks have passed now, but they, like you, set an example for us of how to live the best life and carry on, for that I thank you. Stay strong and keep smiling. — Sandy, Surrey
Hey, hoping that you are all staying safe and healthy concerning whats all happening these days. Just remember that “it’s a good day to be happy” this can be brought into our everyday life.
Much love <3 — Lenae Hannah, Chilliwack
Love you all and keeping you in mind as we carry on through our days as well. Keep on smiling and think about how much fun we will all have once this is over.
Good morning, I hope you are staying safe and healthy in the pandemic. I hope you are having a good day! it is a very sunny day my thoughts are sunny I hope yours are too!
We are thinking of you all! Take care and stay health. We will visit you all when the situation get better. God bless!
Hello to a well loved person. I am reaching out to you at this time to tell you that you are appreciated and valued! I come from a European background and have always valued the family unit. Seniors bring wisdom and practical thinking during this time! These times won’t last forever so know we are All going through this together!! Even OGOPOGO in Kelowna is wearing a mask at this time!! Hahahaha Have a positive healthy and happy day! Hugs — Michelle, Kelowna
Dear B.C. seniors, we are sending you tons of love and blessings to stay safe and healthy. Just let you know we are all going through this rough pandemic with you. Remember to eat and sleep well and have some desserts whenever you can. Love and Kisses! Have a good day! — Ophelia Leung, Vancouver
“For God is not unrighteous so as to forget your work and the love you showed for his name” Hebrews 6:10 We remember too ❤️ We love you, we’re staying home to keep you safe ❤️ You are very precious ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ – Tish Heath, Victoria
Another day of sunshine coming through the window. Hope that lifts your spirits. Thinking about you and hoping that this message finds you well. We can get through this together. I am blowing kisses. Sending you lots of love. We care. – Sidney, Victoria
Hello my name is Ben and I am 12 years old. I just wanted to say that even though we are going through some hard times we will always be there to help and support you and we thank you for staying inside and staying safe. We all want you to know that you’re not alone and we will be here if you ever feel alone or sad to cheer you up and make you day better. Staying home is hard, not getting to see my teacher and friends, but I know we’re all here for each other on this small planet that we call home and we will all get through this with each others help. Try to focus on the things that make you happy and make you smile. Some of the things that make me happy are my pets. I have two cats. Hobbes is the black and white cat and Penelope (penny) is the tabby cat, and one dog named Lily. I also have two Geckos. I hope they make you smile and happy too! – Benjamin, Maple Ridge
Stay healthy, happy, and safe! Remember, you are always loved! May God bless you
Hi there my friends! You don’t know me but I’m thinking about you and sending a big hello and hug. It’s a scary time right now and you might be feeling a little down or alone. Just know that there are people out there that care and are here for you even if it’s from afar. I lost my grandparents a while ago and am so grateful for the time I spent with them, hearing their stories and sharing such special moments. So please stay safe and keep strong. We look forward to hearing your stories and creating special memories with you soon! Much love and health. – Kimberly, Vancouver
Hi! Hopefully you are staying strong during this crisis I know it must be so hard being isolated from your loved ones but I hope you are still feeling all the love everyone is sending you! My grandma lives far away and I can’t wait to go visit her when this is all over the same way I know your family can’t wait to see you! You have lived through so much and your stregnth is so inspiring to all of us! Stay smiling and healthy and know we have not forgotten about you! We are all sending endless amounts of blessings and kindness to you – Nic Ekelund, Langley
I am thinking of you today with love. I know it must feel strange and lonely right now to have to be so cut off from friends and family visitors. My dad was in a care home some year so ago and they had a lockdown due to a bad flu that was circulating. He was almost deaf so unable to talk by phone with us. I wanted him to know, as I want you to know, that love connects our hearts even when we cannot be together. Close your eyes and imagine the warm, comforting hug I give you, and the joyful laughter we will share when this difficult time has passed. You are strong and have faced difficult times before. We will get through this. Xox – Anita, Cobble Hill
To the older men!
You are the legends of work and strength. You are the men of family values and true character.
If only us younger men could aspire to half of your achievements. We too would have something to be proud of, to share with the younger generation. Thank you for your example in life!! – Tim, Kelowna
You are our grammas and mas…
Remember the song, gramma we love you, gramma we do, even tho you are far away we think of you…
Thank you for being a lady, a homemaker, a nurse, and a storyteller. – Tim, Kelowna
To all our lovely and amazing Elders, Know that even though we can’t be with you right now, laughing and sharing stories, we miss you and can’t wait to see you again. Don’t ever think you are alone. You are in our thoughts and in our hearts. Stay safe until we meet again ❤ – Julie Williams, Ladysmith