An Ohio family struggling with quarantine life has come up with a creative way to safely socialize.
by holding a “drive thru chat.” And their entire neighborhood is benefitting.
The Roush family—Corrine and Matt and their two children Charlie, eight, and Louetta, six—
were missing social interaction and wondered if there was a way that they could still communicate
with friends and neighbors while staying safe.
“FaceTime, Zoom, Skype have all been great aids in staying connected
but there is just something about actually being in the presence of someone and spending time together.”
“We have a sign just out front of our living room window that says ‘Stop & Beep.’
It doesn’t matter what room of the house we’re in, when we hear that beep
we come running to that window with huge smiles on our faces,” Corrine said.
“It’s been such a light during what has felt like such a dark time.”
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