WORKING TOGETHER to maintain a healthy relationship that has spanned 30-odd years and counting, Tommy Cowan and his life-partner, Carlene Davis, shared that being stuck at home together during the pandemic has proven to be a plus for their family.
Touching on the keys to marital survival during a crisis and while quarantining together, Cowan told Family & Religion that the mechanics may differ from person to person.
Outlining some of the activities that they participate in as a family, Cowan said: “We try to cook a variety of healthy meals, taking our vitamins to enforce our immune system and staying fit.
“We spend time to reach out to friends and family to see how they are doing, write songs, revisit productions, and finalising projects, for example, Fun in the Son.
We also organise care packages for needy families, following the protocols issued by Government and even watch birds giving birth on our balcony, which was very special,” he said with a chuckle as he quickly included that while he does Bible studies with his men’s group, his wife, Carlene, participates in her church’s intercessory prayer team and care group.