Postcards from a Pandemic
This month, we mark two years since the start of the Covid-19 global pandemic.
We asked you to send us "audio postcards" to reflect on this time and share a moment that changed you or kept you going.
Here they are so far -- building a time capsule for the next generation.
Postcard: A nurse, a teacher, a songwriter
Chris in West Seattle shared a memory about his son getting Covid. Anne on Bainbridge Island told us about a creative graduation and retirement celebration. Joseph in Lake City wrote a song!
Postcard: Ducklings and banjo music
Suzanne on Capitol Hill found comfort in the ducklings at Volunteer Park. For her, observing the natural world brought a sense of peace during a time that felt, and sometimes still feels, really scary. For Peter in Ballard, it was music.
Postcard: The dogs we love
We hear from two listeners who found unexpected solace in the places -- and PETS -- they love.
Postcard: I am not OK
We hear from Drew in Seattle's Central District, who takes us to a place in the city that will forever remind him of living through this pandemic.