These are excerpts from our May 2020 Newsletter.
Nancy M.: sorting through hundreds of old photos
Marilyn N.: yard work and early gardening, cooking, baking bread, cooking soups, and keeping in touch
Ken & Linda S.: Beyond movies, TV binge watching, lots of phone calls and reading? Many walks, online courses, yoga…
Merle W.: Virtually celebrated Passover with an absolutely fantastic and completely unforgettable online Seder
Joe M. & Dawn M.: making and donating face masks, yard work, garage and files cleanup
Maryann D.: cleaning closets, shredding old records, reading, finished a 1000 piece puzzle, baking breads and cookies
Marco A.: long walks, scanning and posting 30+ years of newsletters and documents on TOHG.org
Beverly C.: working in pj’s, no makeup, bedhead, junk food nearby aiming to paint the light at the end of the tunnel.
Joe and Maggy C.: walking and hiking the FGH State Forest, cycling, online exercising, and zooming with family
Marina K.: Lots of coffee, sawing face masks, walks and Zoom, while Helgard seeds vegetables
Sandy & Hyman S.: discovering things we never did before, looking at maps and guidebooks finding places to bike, hike and kayak
Ines A.: creating a new colorful quilt to brighten the stay home, and sewing masks
Emmy C.: Staying home, walks meeting neighbors for the first time six feet away. Hoping for a Gang 6ft-apart walk limited to 10p, Ha!
Joan S.: Keeping in touch with with long time friends across the country and helping those nearby, baking and cooking.
Jane P.: organizing and enjoying photos and slides
Hedy & Mo P.: joined households with daughter's family. They are putting us to work in the newly planted vegetable field
Chuck & Susan H.: A very quiet meal for Easter. We have been Zooming with family from RI, MA, NJ, DC and even Tobago
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