A day’s work is so different than it used to be. I'm a hospice music therapist and it's usually my job to be physically present with my patients and their families, using music to address their physical, social, and, spiritual, and emotional needs at end of life. Now a day's work is sitting in the home office, making visits over the phone, or recording and delivering CDs for my patients. It's making phone calls to screen patients so our nurses can safely visit. It is far more screens and fewer faces, but there is joy and deep commitment in a day's work still. I envision the face of each patient as I record their special songs and I cry happy tears each time we sing together over the phone. May this song remind us all to "be the boat" that carries others through these strange times.