Weird Times – Bright Spirits

First of all, let me say I do take COVID-19 very seriously. Myself, along with my family have been self-quarantined and have not left our house/neighborhood for a week so far! These times are uncertain and I wanted to find a way to cheer up my neighborhood. Little did I know yesterday ➡️ when I posted a few sneak peeks to Facebook ⬅️that so many people around the nation and the world for that matter needed this right now.

Yesterday I gave my neighbors a 5-hour notice that I was going to walk around and photograph their families (from a VERY safe distance of course!) I let everyone do their own thing and I absolutely loved capturing these photos. We all had a good laugh.

These are just a few of my wonderful neighbors and I think we all can agree that we need good neighbors right now.

***Speaking of good neighbors, thank you Courtney for assisting!!!

I need to brag on my neighbors for a moment. I know many of these people personally and have seen them giving their time, money, and resources for Tornado relief here in Tennessee before the quarantine.

I would say go to your neighbor and give them a hug, but that’s not something we can do right now. We can still find ways to be a community and lift each other up. This was my small way of doing that…
Stay tuned, if there is more quarantine, there will most likely be more photos to come.

WEIRD TIMES – BRIGHT SPIRITS

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14 comments on "Weird Times – Bright Spirits"

  1. Brandi Hurst on

    I live across the street from Pinecrest School. Would you be able to take pics of my dogs for a donation?

  2. Diane Mason on

    loved it ! Very creative! Thank you for being entertaining g

  3. Judith Larson on

    Love your photos–you have just made the afternoon brighter–keep it up!!!!

  4. This is so funny !! I love that neighborhood and go to a bible study there !!!

  5. Rebecca Potter on

    Absolutely wonderful!
    Great neghborhood.
    Thank you for sharing & giving the world, a bright smile.

  6. Pat Quandahl on

    Awesomeness! Thanks for brightening our day. People are putting their flags out. Waving from a distance. Offering help to neighbors. If we survive this thing hopefully the world will at least have a fresh perspective.

  7. Totty Wilkerson on

    These are great! Every neighborhood should do this!
    What a unique idea!

  8. I love how you captured stressful times for many, and brought them to light in a humorous way. Thank you! ❤️ Keep the photos coming, as long as you practice social distancing. Stay safe and healthy. 😊

  9. Thanks for the laugh. The guy with the gun and the cigar may be my screen saver because I laughed so hard. 😂

  10. What a fabulous photo shoot! Kudos to your neighbors for playing along. Be well all🤗

  11. It was such a fun idea! I love how your neighbors embraced the challenge and look like they had a blast. What a blessing you have given the world in these stressful times. Thank you for being you!

    Jen

  12. Hi Tausha, I love your photographs, it made me smile. I am not a photographer but I have been encouraging my friends to share pics of their #coronawear I like active wear but I’m it’s the outfits you wear when you are in quarantine and know no one will see you 😄 I posted your link as I loved seeing all the people in your neighbourhood rocking their #covidstyle

  13. Love this! Posted it to my community Facebook page in San Antonio, Texas! Have some great volunteers and I think we will be following your lead this weekend March 28! Thank you so much for the inspiration!! Love it!! Stay safe, from your friends in SA, TX!

  14. This is fantastic! The small town in Texas where I went to high school has taken inspiration from your shoot and is doing one for the town’s online magazine this weekend. 👍

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