Michelle is inspired by the resilience of our client families. Hearing how you are staying connected with family and the creative ways in which you are staying healthy and strong is wonderful. She has taken your lead and spent some wonderful quality time with her own family, enjoying the sunny days as much as possible.
The recent months for Sarah are probably similar to many – organizing projects and setting up of workspaces at home, video calls, and quality time with her husband and dogs. The time apart from others has been a good reminder of the importance of community. She looks forward to the reintegration (as possible) of in-person time with friends, family, coworkers, and you, our client families.
Brenna feels incredibly fortunate during this unusual time. She and her husband can both work remotely and stay at home with Mika. Her admiration for stay at home parents is even deeper than it was before. She is making the best of the virtual meeting space by presenting to the residents of Capital Manor as well as the Oregon Court Reporters Association.
Like the rest of our team, Katherine has been working primarily from home for the last few months. Her assistant and quarantine buddy, Sheepadoodle Quill, is very persistent in reminding her that she needs to step away from the computer now and then. The last few months, she has become part-Laura Ingalls (baking bread/making paper) and part MacGyver (home repairs with whatever is on hand). She has never been more thankful for yeast and duct tape.
Larry reports that all of the money he has put into the “vacation jar” to cover his Gin Rummy losses to Laurie and will mean a nice trip when things fully open up again. It’s incredible how quickly a nickel a point adds up. Between working from home, afternoon cards, and the golf course remaining open, they have kept busy.