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 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”

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”

Staying Sane

My mom’s side of the family is from the Hawaiian Islands and I grew up on the mainland, in Eugene, Oregon. I LOVED visiting my grandmother – she was a Kama’aina and lived in Nu’uanu, about 10 minutes from downtown Honolulu. If you’ve ever watched Magnum, p.i. and remember the intro scene with the redContinue reading “Staying Sane”

A Lesson in Living the Life of Your Dreams.

Think about your dreams. Those big dreams that you often keep to yourself. The one that you’re almost afraid to admit it’s so big and huge and seems so far away. Got it? Good. Now, what if you told someone about that dream? And not just anyone. Instead you told the biggest and most powerfulContinue reading “A Lesson in Living the Life of Your Dreams.”