Michelle: "On the positive side, I know for us, it's forced us to continue to sit down with each other, have real conversations, really ask questions and figure out how to keep ourselves occupied without just TV or computers. It's a good exercise in reminding us that we just don't need a lot of the stuff that we have. When times are bad, having each other, having your health — we can do with a lot less and I think that's an important lesson that I want my kids to understand…be grateful for what you have and be ready to share it…Now we're just happy that we're together. That everybody is healthy and safe. Who cares about the other stuff?"