My Pandemic Year II: November 2021

This week I celebrated Dia de los Muertos, in person, at a couple of events in Seattle. I enjoyed dancing and food at the Waterfront event on October 23, and I had the entire room to myself to view the ofrendas at the Seattle Center on November 2. I learned a lot this year, which I have detailed on my travel blog.

This week we also reached a new milestone – 750,000+ deaths in the US, which still leads the world in COVID-19 fatalities. There is no accounting for lives lost for those who could not find medical care because our hospitals were full of COVID-19 cases.

I am thankful for those who are masked, vaxxed, and socially distanced. There is cautious optimism that this winter will not be as harsh as the last. Hope buoys all.

Published by augustphoenixhats

I'm a self taught hat maker, working in rescued textiles and found objects. My designs are inspired by my travels and historical studies. Learn more about me and my hats at https://augustphoenixhats.com/.

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