2020 has been a difficult year for all of us. As we approach the Holidays and the end of the year, we took this opportunity to look back and find some silver linings from the chaos that was 2020. From getting a new puppy to trying woodworking or baking sourdough bread, we all tried new things and found new enjoyment in the little things.
Tim (dr. Owens), Dentist
- Got a cute puppy
- Got home exercise equipment
- Home projects
- Going on long walks with my “quarantine buddy” – my wife
- Going on bike rides with my kids
- Tried making sour dough bread
- Watched and digitized home videos
sarah, practice manager
- Home yoga & dance workout videos!
- Cooking and baking, trying new recipes.
- House projects
- Spending time with my husband and our dog 🙂
abbie, dental assistant
- Having themed dinners most nights!
- Running a marathon!
- Going on bike rides to old town to get “treats” from Mary’s Mountain Cookies!
brenda, patient care coordinator
- Purged and donated stored junk
- Kitchen remodel
- Replaced 40 yr old furnace
- Camped more often
tori, dental hygienist
- Read lots of books
- Exercised outside
- Tried new recipes
maddie, dental hygienist
- Learned how to crochet (made baby gifts for expecting friends!)
- Got take-out from new restaurants
- Hiked new trails
Iuliia, dental assistant
- made photo albums
- spent time drawing and reading
brad (dr. packer), dentist
- Woodworking in my garage shop.
- Introducing my kids to Star Wars.
- Spending more time with my wife and my kids.
Megan, dental hygienist
- Got engaged!!
- Got almost 70 plants!
- Read a lot of books
tammy, business office coordinator
- Read lots of books.
- Baked new desserts
- Home projects
leah, dental assistant
- Remodeled our bathroom
- home workouts
- spent more time reading
audra, dental hygienist
- Tending to plants
- Bike riding
- Video games
- Dancing around the living room
madison, COVID coordinator
- mountain biking
- spending time with family
shai, dental assistant
- spending time with my daughter!
- hiking and being outdoors with my family!