#COVIDchaos – what we’ve done, what we’ve learned

It's been more than 10 months since my first #COVIDchaos post. This picture is from my first post on March 16, 2020. I really thought I would be done writing about this by now, but here we are. On that first post, I reported there were 560 cases in the United States. Here's the latest … Continue reading #COVIDchaos – what we’ve done, what we’ve learned

Bye bye 2020

We rounded out 2020 quietly, as did half the nation. Celebrations were low-key as many watched the new year roll in sitting on their couches with their families. The few days after Christmas we Zoomed with the Hilgers, the boys played more disc golf and I caught up with my friends from college on a … Continue reading Bye bye 2020

#COVIDchaos – Christmas day

"Watch out for buffalo poop" is not something we typically say on Christmas day. But this is Christmas 2020 so things are weird. We can't have our normal fun celebrations with family and friends (well, we could, but health experts don't recommend it). What does that mean for Christmas day? Disc golf at Clover Cliff … Continue reading #COVIDchaos – Christmas day

#COVIDchaos – Christmas eve

An ornament to remember Christmas 2020, made by my sister.This year, health officials recommend celebrating the holidays with your family group in small gatherings, wearing masks and staying 6 feet apart. #HappyPandemicChristmas everyone! 😷 Here's the latest stats: COVID cases worldwide have reached 80.5 million, 19 million in the United States (more than 332,000 deaths), … Continue reading #COVIDchaos – Christmas eve

2020 Thanksgiving – pandemic style

The holidays are weird when you are nine months into a pandemic, with cases on the rise. As of Nov. 28, there are 27,049 cases in Sedgwick County, 155,000 cases in Kansas, 13.2 million cases in the United States and 61.9 million cases worldwide. We are up to 265,000 COVID deaths in the United States. … Continue reading 2020 Thanksgiving – pandemic style