We are living through a moment that will be in history books, to be sure. Heights Libraries wants to capture the experiences of residents during this unprecedented time. Would you take a moment to share your experiences? It can be as simple as a stray observation or a snapshot, or as complex as a personal story! Need inspiration? Take a look at the submissions, below.
At first, the stay at home order was interesting. It seemed like a challenge, as if I were going to have to go camping pioneer […]
I have been engaged in healthful activities of walking, practicing with my violin, and meeting with my music instructors through medium.
I’ve always said that I don’t cope, I conquer. Social distancing is nothing that new to me (I have Asperger’s syndrome), but it usually involves […]
I am at home with my husband and our two dogs, and we are doing okay, really. I have embraced Zoom and the fact that […]
I have used this time to argue with my cat, clean under the refrigerator, and catch up on terrible movies. Lately I’ve been watching horror […]
I don’t think the children will remember the two cancelled birthday parties in March. (We intend to make those up whenever we can this year.) […]
I am 74 and my husband is 72. We had been counting on our daughter, who lives on Shaker Square, to help us out if […]
I was in the hospital with COVID-19 for 12 days. I was isolated and only saw nurses a few times a day because they had […]
My daughter and her family live in California and, most likely, we won’t be seeing them for a while, so they set up a Zoom […]
My parents live in an assisted living facility. The administration early on prudently and wisely instituted an increasingly stringent set of rules designed to keep […]
Music has helped me through some difficult times. Under normal circumstances, I always prefer to perform and see fellow musicians play live — a shared […]
I had to go to the grocery store, Zagara’s, the other day. I put on gloves and a mask and headed in to the store. […]