And the Numbers Keep Doubling…

I got a message from a client who is a nurse in Texas. Last week things were unusually quiet and they were anticipating the storm. She said today that their hospital was flooded with Covid-19 patients and her coworkers are now on the front lines to treat patients. She’s scared not only for herself butContinue reading “And the Numbers Keep Doubling…”

Colorado COVID-19 Cases

And the numbers nearly doubled today, March 26, 2020. 1,430 cases, 184 hospitalized, 39 counties, 10,122 people tested, 24 deaths and 9 outbreaks at residential and non-hospital health car facilities. Denver 262 Eagle 147 El Paso 137 Jefferson 131 Arapahoe 119 Weld 107 Unknown 96 Douglas 67 Boulder 66 Larimer 61 Gunnison 57 Adams 50Continue reading “Colorado COVID-19 Cases”

Colorado COVID19 Cases

A brief look at Covid-19 Coronavirus cases in the state of Colorado. There are some jumps today… March 25, 2020.  Overall reported cases: 1,086 cases. 147 hospitalized, 19 deaths. 8,064 people tested. Denver 214 El Paso 122 Eagle 120 Jefferson 93 Arapahoe 88 Weld 87 Douglas 58 Gunnison 52 Boulder 51 Larimer 45 Adams 38Continue reading “Colorado COVID19 Cases”

Everyone Is On Edge

I walked Mochi this morning in the field behind our house, just like I do every morning. When we get to the start of the trail, I check to make sure Mochi isn’t going to charge after other dogs or people and then I let her run. She’s a dog. She needs to run. ThisContinue reading “Everyone Is On Edge”

Colorado At A Glance

Just wanted to track the number of cases of Covid-19 in the state of Colorado, based on each county. This is data taken from a 4pm query run today, March 24, 2020. Colorado Case Count *People who tested positive for COVID-19 in Colorado while visiting are included in the county where they were identified. DenverContinue reading “Colorado At A Glance”

Shelter At Home Day #1

Its official as of 5pm MTN today – Boulder County is in shelter at home status. Only a handful of counties in Colorado have this status: Denver, Jefferson, San Miguel. What’s missing are the other counties that have a lot of people – specifically El Paso, which houses Colorado Springs and home to more thanContinue reading “Shelter At Home Day #1”

Just Riding Along

I went for a ride outside today, alone. I had a couple of essentials to pick up: some 1/4″ elastic from a neighbor, drop off a package at USPS, stop by the vet to pick up some antibiotics for Moonli and lastly, a stop at JoAnn Fabric’s for some home made masks I’m making forContinue reading “Just Riding Along”

Stepping Into the Unknown

Working from home and being self motivated isn’t new to me. I’ve been self-employed for over 10 years and really enjoy working at my own pace. Yet lately, it seems like there are so many distractions that I find it hard to focus. It’s hard to not check the latest on the virus, to seeContinue reading “Stepping Into the Unknown”

Constructive Media Plea

Do you ever wake up early in the morning, thinking about all of the amazing, thought provoking things that you want to share with the world only to fall back to sleep and then POOF! They’re gone? Me neither! Ha! I tease. I thought of some responses to what we’re dealing with right now. SomeContinue reading “Constructive Media Plea”