#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

Social distancing Sunday – Chase Fishing Lake and Waterfalls

Today, our social distancing Sunday was just me, Scott and Ali. The boys were in Winfield playing in a dics golf tournament. After the tournament, they played at the Cherry Street Park course and on the way home, stopped by a course in Oxford, KS The three of us went north to Chase State Lake … Continue reading Social distancing Sunday – Chase Fishing Lake and Waterfalls

Social distancing Saturday – Jones Park, Emporia, KS

No one likes to wear masks, but that's what we do when we want to see our family! Zach had a mask... I'm not sure where it was when this picture was taken.This edition of #COVIDchaos, we headed to Jones Park in Emporia, KS, the halfway point between Wichita and Kansas City. Scott, Steve, Zach … Continue reading Social distancing Saturday – Jones Park, Emporia, KS

#COVIDchaos – things may never be the same

This Harry Potter meme made me laugh! 🤣On Aug. 6, there were 18,912,947 COVID-19 cases worldwide, 4,867,916 in the United States, 30,084 in Kansas and 4,723 in Sedgwick County.There is no denying our lives have changed the past few months, as have people's attitudes and feelings. People are tired, scared and anxious. The general societal … Continue reading #COVIDchaos – things may never be the same

#COVIDchaos week 12

May 26 - May 31 This week, the Governor pulled back her original "phased in reopening plan" and decided to leave it up to each individual county to ease restrictions. Several counties, (including ours) lifted all restrictions and opened everything up without limitations on capacity. While the county has suggested recommendations, there is nothing enforceable. … Continue reading #COVIDchaos week 12