It’s been an interesting time for this guy and me. We never saw this coming, like everyone else. I’m a nurse by trade and he’s the supervisor of a team of technicians for our local waste water treatment plant. We’re both essential personnel and neither of us have the luxury of staying home. We’re both trying to remain positive through this all. But, yes...there have been tears (mine). Stress. Worry. Lots of conversations about how we keep our family safe through all this, knowing we have to go out into the world and play our roles in all this. .
Because I’m a nurse, people automatically attribute me to being a front-liner. So many have shown their love and support - and gosh am I grateful 🙏🏾 But, Alberto is one the many who are also essential personnel and play a HUGE role in keeping our local community running. Clean water is of the utmost importance in human health 💯 It can literally mean life or death. .
So I just want to shed a little light on him and others like him and say THANK YOU! Thank you, babe, for getting up and going to do what you do (on an alternate schedule to uphold social distancing recommendations, thank God)...keeping not only your family, but all the families in the greater Denver Metro area safe. I am grateful for you and all you do ♥️