Connected Through Generations

Friday, April 24, 2020

Connected Through Generations

After having made every meal for the past x number of days, I drove downtown for curbside dinner collection (a first since the ‘stay at home’ order). The meal would be for later, but in this moment it was just thrilling to see the city. But then again, it wasn’t…

The streets were almost entirely empty, but of the folks that were out, no one wore face coverings or kept distance.

Back to the upside: empty parking lots made it nice to see entire murals, like this one by Molly Costello.


Robert with his new Kia Soul

File under good news: My brother had been needing a reliable vehicle for some time.

He worked hard and was able to not just get any ride, but one he always wanted.

I was video chatting with my sister when he texted outside the building with it, so I live-streamed a reveal.

Look at the joy on his face.

So nice to share the moment.


Thursday, April 23, 2020

Just going to leave these here.

Robert’s garden

Wednesday, April 22, 2020

Robert started a vegetable garden and he’s giddy about it.

I’m excited for him and maybe hoping he has way too many vegetables and needs to pawn them off…

Green things

Tuesday, April 21, 2020

My virtual living room

Monday, April 20, 2020

When I’m not looking at a screen for work, I’m spending perhaps a little too much time looking at another screen and harvesting fruits, buying things and “decorating” my virtual living room.

Animal Crossing is keeping some semblance of relief, but I’m also starting to get a little weary of the mechanics and lack of story.


Sunday, April 19, 2020

Missing movie theaters

Missing movie theaters among many other things. They fall into the column of: How do we safely do this activity in the future? And concerts, live theater, restaurants…

I keep thinking architecture is going to shift because of this.