San Juan Silver Stage | Premier Lifestyles Publication Since 1996 | April, 2020. Volume 24, No. 4
Quarantine In Style
Kathryn Burke. We may be in the middle of a self-quarantine crisis, but that doesn’t mean we can’t dress for the occasion. There is somewhere to go—take out the garbage, walk the dog, wash the car, go to the grocery, jump on the treadmill, take a walk or a ride… [What to wear for what and when]
Portable Patio Garden
Kathryn R. Burke. SW Colorado weather is capricious and often unpredictable. Planting a garden calls for creativity. Generally, until Mother’s Day (lower altitude) or Memorial day (alpine), we bring plants in at night then put them back out in the morning, planting a “Portable Patio Garden” [Read more]
Coping With Cabin Fever
Amiessa Dawn Jutten, MSW, LCSW. How to Survive and Thrive. Self-isolation and shelter-in-place do not mean that you have to be completely alone. It is important to maintain social connection to your family, friends, community, and humanity. [Suggestions here]
The New Normal? Three versions.
Eva Veitch. 2020-A Year We Never Forget. We are forever changed because of COVID-19, but I hope we will focus on how this can make us better and stronger than ever.
Jim Elder. All of a Sudden. All of a sudden our world has changed. Perhaps in the near future folks will refer to the terms “BC” (before COVID) and “AD” (after detention). No matter the terms we use, our lives have changed forever.
Kate Burke. We Are Not in the Same Boat. We are all on different ships during this life-changing storm – each of us experiencing a very different journey
During Quarantine, A&E Has Gone Virtual
Until restrictions lifted, you can participate but you can’t congregate. You can attend online but not in person.
Watch our calendar to see when A&E is back in business.
Self-isolation Daily Wellness Goals
Amiessa Jutten. When the ‘stay-at-home’ order is lifted, and replaced with ‘stay-at-home-as-much-as-you-can,’ the need for self-care is even greater. Mind, body, and spirit need special attention. [Read more]
Coping With Cabin Fever
By Amiessa Jutten, MSW, LCSW. Even the most challenging times present opportunities for personal growth and healing. Remember that we will all get through this together as friends, family, and community. Let’s stay present and focused, and take life one day at a time [Read more]
Tech for Today
Going Tech Down on the Farm
Paul Russell. So, what does Farmer John do with a cell phone? And why does he need a tablet? Well, he can count his chickens or head of cattle, photograph his flock or his herd, and keep track without having to carry pencil and paper or run back to the barn and hope he remembers what he forgot to write down. [Read more]
Elevating Our Community
Karen Prather. Elevate Internet, a subsidiary of Delta-Montrose Electric Association, selected Lightworks Fiber & Consulting as the general contractor of their upcoming expansion this coming summer. . [Read more]
2nd Chance is Here to Help
By Kelly Goodin. ” Tri-County Pet Pantry. Low-cost Health & Welness Services. Animal Rescue. Our mission is Connecting Pets, People & Community While Saving Lives. [Read more]
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