Kids Corona Confessions:: Zoe

This is one of the bad times, but we must be there for each other in these times. I think that the hardest thing about staying inside is not being with my friends. You are probably at home staying with your family. This could be the only time in your lifetime that you get to spend about 4 weeks with your family so you should do some board games or play outside. My family is going paddle boarding and having family time. This is not that bad because we have each other that is all we need.

There are people that are in an older folk’s home and they can’t see their family because they can’t afford to get the corona but their family can’t see them, and some older parents their kids are telling their parents to stay inside. Well that is my family my mom isn’t letting my nana that means I can’t see her sadly but I know it’s for her best interest.
This is bad times, but you can make it good for you and your family. Hope you and your family don’t get the Cronin virus. 😊:0


 

Zoe G. is 12 years old. She lives in Richmond, Tx with her {favorite} aunt Kelly and uncle Bruce. Zoe is an extreme extrovert, so social-distancing is not in her DNA! This has been a difficult few weeks for her. She’s adjusting and we’re trying to keep her busy, entertained, learning and helping others.

 

 

 

 


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Kelly grew up in small town Ohio and attended Ohio State University. She holds bachelors degrees in finance and chemistry. She moved to Houston in the mid-1980’s where she started work in Oil and Gas. In 1988, she began her 30-year career with Shell Oil Company and later obtained an Exec-MBA from University of Houston, specializing in Operational Excellence and Leadership. During her career with Shell she worked in a variety of technical and senior management positions across Houston and Port Arthur. She met her husband, Bruce, at Shell in 1995 but they didn’t {finally} marry until 10-10-2010 on a private beach in Hawaii. Collectively, they worked for Shell for over sixty years! Bruce {aka Pops} has two grown sons; he and Kelly {aka Mimzy} enjoy four beautiful grandchildren. Together over the years, Kelly and Bruce opened their home to several teenage nieces and nephews who needed guidance, consistent structure and support. In 2018 they became legal guardians for their 11-year old niece, Zoe {June 2007}. Kelly officially retired from Shell in July 2018 but that hasn’t slowed her down much! Between keeping up with Zoe in middle school, Kelly teaches Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace at River Pointe Church in the Spring & Fall semesters. Kelly and Bruce also own a home-crafting business where they “up-cycle” discarded wine barrels into unique and creative household novelties. Bruce is the wood-working craftsman while Kelly manages the creativity {and the books}! You can check them out on Facebook @Showbird Handcrafted Designs. Kelly and Bruce are fitness enthusiasts, cyclists, paddle-boarders, avid hikers and annual visitors of America’s amazing National Parks; but they are also beer, wine and beach enthusiasts - quite the contrast! Kelly is an animal lover and supports many local rescue organizations. Along with their personal ‘failed-foster’ menagerie, it’s likely you’ll find a nursing mom with kittens or a senior dog anxiously awaiting a permanent home. If you’re looking for a new, furry friend, just give her a call!

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