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Each day as we are given updates surrounding the spread of COVID-19 we are feeling more and more anxious. Anxious about health, home life, school life, family interstate & overseas, the effects all of these huge events continue to have on our kids and the effects of being small business owners.
After a rocky start in retail with the Australian Bush fires we were just starting to feel like we were getting back on track. We had a successful Valentines Day allowing us to get back on track financially and mentally and had started preparing for what was set to be an amazing year full of weddings and events. Now we are trying our best to prepare for unprecedented times full of uncertainty and anxiety, talking to beautiful couples who are heartbroken to have to postpone their big day and our fellow business owners who are full of worry.
COVID-19 will be impacting all of our lives greatly in one way or another all over the globe and we need to support one another in any way possible. Something as little as buying a coffee in the mornings from your local cafe can make a difference and give you a chance to enjoy the amazing weather we have had lately. There are also plenty of ways to help small businesses from the comfort of your home, this could be ordering flowers to be delivered to your elderly neighbor who is reluctant to go out, or your girlfriend working from home with the kids, or maybe do some online shopping with one of the many amazing small businesses and instead of your usual supermarket chocolate utilise some of the talented makers we have right here in Canberra.
At Poetry we want to assure you that we are taking every step possible to ensure the health and safety of our customers and employees.
We are regularly sanitizing all work stations and shared spaces and being diligent with hand washing practices. We have started to implement procedures for our drivers to avoid person-to-person contact, this includes flowers or hampers being left at the front door of all home address deliveries and at reception desks with a text &/ or phone call being made to the recipient to let them know where they are left.
Times like this remind us how thankful we are to be a part of such a vibrant and resilient community, and how truly grateful we are for each and every one of you. We reply on the support from our community to keep going so we can support locals with jobs and purchase locally made items from other Canberra small businesses. 
Don't panic - Be prepared is the advice and if we all band together, check on each other and just be smart and sensible we can get through this. 
'Alone we can do so little: together we can do so much.' - Helen Keller
Skye and The Poetry Team