Social Media Posts with the #DentonCountyCOVID19
Facebook Posts April 7 and April 8, 2020
Just celebrated my puppy’s first birthday…wish we could have gone to her barnhunt class, but she got a small hike around the lake and a special dinner! ❤️
Making my granddaughters quilts, online Bible Study, exercise and audio books.
We renovated a 1925 home and have completely transformed the yard in the last month by ourselves!
Starting my own tree farm with sprouts I found around my yard
Home with 4 kids. 10th, 9th, 3rd(AVLS special needs), and 2nd graders. Lots of home schooling and crafts!!!
Teaching little ones where food comes from. Growing flowers for the bees
Gardening, gardening and more gardening.
Participating in the Heart Hunters scavenger hunt for kids. Switching to Easter Eggs this week.
We are learning how to year. (Ellie 4 years old)
We have nightly coloring sessions ♥️♥️
Left my Christmas cards up to remind my of all the special ppl that sent me some joy!
WFH full time (thank you Keller North America for taking such good care of us!) and working in my veggie garden in the evenings. Trying to stay focused on the end game to stave off cabin fever.
Teaching my son (and myself) some baking skills.
Our neighborhood did a rainbow hunt! We walked through our neighborhood tallying the rainbows we found
I do laundry every day! I cook more than I have in years! Play a lot of ball with my doggie! I’m not really finding it any different as we are retired!
Lots of teaching, coloring, baking, and Cutting out and getting masks made!
My home made bread
More baking, cooking and yard work! Got mint and parsley growing in my window. More gardening stuff ordered! Me and my dogs 🐕🤗❤️
Box garden with our son
In my home, we are a tem my husband, my son beucase my husband is a special bus driver, and l my son are monitor .
We are growing tomatoes,cucumber,watermelon, cotton, strawberries and flowers
Moved my seedlings from pic one on the post into pots today!
We are doing a mixture of things!
We planted a garden!
Making Sun Green Tea!
Just me and the cats.
Working from home and making masks.
Entretenida sembrando plantas
Yo use pan ,I’m make bread
leaned our 1acre infested leaf area.
Can you send me some🍅🥒🍓
We made a cross & put it in our front yard. Happy Easter. He is risen! ✝️ #DentonCountyCOVID19
Kristina Johnson My girl Chloe is getting so much loving during this time. She keeps the moral up at our house.
Nenadelia Sauceda Fear, grief, panic, frustration, disillusionment. Most don’t take selfies during an emotional breakdown but many are in so much pain about the loss of life, the loss of economic security, and loss of safety.
Mary Branstetter Gardening gives us hope for future and some relief from the worries for our families
Deborah Mason McFarland As a small business owner, finding ways to keep my membership-based revenue flowing so I can continue to pay my staff is challenging to say the least. Stress levels have reached new heights. Working on daily “gratitude moments” to help. Biggest bit of thankfulness hands down is having our daughter back from college for the next month or so! Also, our pup is immensely pleased @ having his people around 24×7! Ha!
Ericca Cordier Not bad self isolating at the Lake house!
MaryBeth Butler I’m working from home as usual, but there is much less work and that is scary. I have 2 crazy dog coworkers who keep me laughing. I’m watching my irises come out and the leaves bud out on the trees.
Cresha Beattie Working through stress by gardening. Some people don’t think gardening is essential and shame us gardeners on Facebook.
Anna ES We’ve been enjoying North Lakes Park when weather permits. Nature is forever renewing itself.
Wendy Price We got a new puppy and that’s keeping us busy. Sweet snuggles and frenchie kisses are sure to brighten any mood
Teresa Breon Teaching the kiddos and working full time is not easy, but doing it outside on nice days makes it a lot more enjoyable!
Cyndy Mika Carrying on with the business of LEISD. Our new normal is virtual meetings!
Jessica Peters Snuggling with the pups is a new normal.
Chas Lance I’ve been home to watch these beauties bloom.
Michael Horn I’m an essential worker right now. I wish I could say that it’s business as usual but it’s been very stressful, nerve wracking and has made me a bit paranoid but I have faith that it’ll be ok.
Sandy Stubbs Woodbury View from my bedroom/temporary office.
Marianela Lulú FG renovating my 🏡
Donitta Palmier Cooking
JoAnna Wills Online FFA Stock Show & Sale since our local & County Stock Shows were cancelled. Definitely a different experience for our daughter’s Senior year. 💛💙
Teri Ann Carabello Our 79 year old mother is a positive Covid 19 patient in a hospital in Central Florida. Her Doctor says she’s not recoverable. To not be able to visit your loved one, to have them so ill and without the comfort of family is sheer torture. Thank God for healthcare workers willing to provide treatment and care during this crisis. God protect them and bless them in their work.
Emc Matlock #DentonCountyCovid 19- I’m a senior, 66 years, no health issues but age. Living alone, rurally. Most all post regard families, couples or singles living near Denton or other county cities. 1) no delivery of Groceries 2) no on checking on single seniors rurally 3) no restaurant deliveries…so because of my age & where I live I have to go grocery shopping & put myself at risk. The irony of this Covid-19 is Toilet Paper and Washing Hands. Why toilet paper & did no one wash their hands, ever?
Chas Lance We celebrated our sons 16th birthday at the river walk 2 weeks before covid. I’m so thankful that he had a chance to be out and celebrate such a tremendous milestone in his life.
Sarah McKeown Schafer I don’t leave my home unless I run out of necessities. Spending my time making lap blankets.
Pollyanna Patterson Camping in the RV and getting to take walks and cook outside, weather permitting. Complete social distancing!
Bernadette Forte This has been an attack on small business and life as we know it. Living in fear is not the America I know and love. It’s beyond ridiculous.
Tiffany Grossman Practicing some beginner watercolor techniques to blow off the stress of suddenly becoming a homeschooling mom of three.
Tori Stowe Inside being a cat photographer lol
I’ve planted vegetables and flowers
Rock meditation I did
Sarah Espe We redid a room. Along with practice driving!
Jen Bare My son is journaling about COVID-19.
Carol Hartnett I’ve been crocheting an afghan.