2020 has been a year. Here are some moments from mine. In Instagram photos.
I started the year with a trip to … Erie.
Oh, and then I started a new job with familiar digs.
I visited Cincinnati.
I went to Sheetz … a lot.
I saw ‘Cats’ for the first time … and it was also the last live theater show (for now) unbeknownst to me.
I used a lot of hand sanitizer.
The last actual fundraiser/nonprofit event I did (for now)
I hung out with these two a lot.
I dog sat this guy twice this summer!
I learned a lot.
This short-lived Planters peanut mascot arrived.
I ate some fun stuff.
I went to Presque Isle a lot.
While I haven’t seen friends much, the folks at Sheetz have been very friendly familiar faces to see.
Got a fun package from Sheetz because of this tweet.
I did get to Kennywood Park. Once.
My sweet little Belle died. (Not a highlight, but certainly something that I reflect on.)
I got to see a friend I haven’t in a few years! In Erie!
Visited Ellicottville, N.Y. Somehow, I never posted any photos from my visit to the Lucille Ball museum.
This front window I designed is a major highlight.
I got to enjoy a rare hefty December snowfall in Pittsburgh.
I stayed at the Sheraton Erie Bayfront Hotel quite a bit.
I, of course, let me personality shine with face masks.