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What is a family ritual or tradition you started new, or continued,
during the pandemic to bring your family closer together?
In early March 2020 I started running after a three-year hiatus.
When I would go for a run around the development my daughter,
who had just turned two, would often cheer me on from the
front porch and soon started asking if she could run with me.
When she would join me our neighbors would cheer for her and
encourage her to keep going. We started going for a family run or
walk after dinner and it's become one of our favorite things to do
together. In October 2020 Madelyn and I registered for Reading
Hospital Road Run and she crossed her first finish line (see photo
above) with our neighbors cheering her on. She also completed
two seasons of the Health Kids Running Series.
- JESSICA BEZLER - Public Relations Manager,
Marketing & Communications, Tower Health
Here are the things my family (husband, 18-year-old daughter,
and dog) started to do during the pandemic that we didn't
* When we felt cooped up or stressed, we would get in the car
with the dog and drive around the back roads of Berks County.
Somehow our travels led us towards Shartlesville or Charming
Forge. We discovered roads and vistas we hadn't seen before.
It's still a way for us to decompress.
* Watching Jeopardy became a nightly ritual that was comforting
and routine. It was nice to have our daughter join us and we
looked forward to watching Alex Trebek and the contestants
* At our daughter's suggestion, we put a bird feeder up in the
backyard and got a lot of enjoyment watching and learning to
identify the different birds that visited. We even created a
" bird-watching station " in the house.
- KAREN KLEIN, Owner - Fulcrum Information Resources
When all my adult children moved home for 6+ months we had
Friday night family happy hour, pizza and a round of Mexican
Train Dominoes! The adult children started doing puzzles.
My daughters and I learned how to golf (can't say we can play
well but we took lessons). And LOTS of hikes. Oh! And
awesome fun cul de sac quarantine gathering!
- MONICA RUSH, MSHA, MSN, RN, CHWC -
Director Rehabilitation Services,
Penn State Health St. Joseph
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