Let’s just say it — this month has been nothing if not stressful. Instead of enjoying the pause on the rain and upcoming spring break we’ve all been hunkered down, forced to stay home, some are working instead of taking care of family or trying to balance our budgets while business comes to a halt. I’ve been busy working away from the office at home. Which has felt incredibly isolating but also frantically busy? Phone calls, emails, Google messages, plans, interviews, breaking news, social media, calling doctors, calling families, making sure our bills are somehow paid … when does the resting portion of quarantine begin? I’m sure everyone is feeling the strain. Our Renton friends are doing their best as a community to support each other, from coffee shop owners giving discounts to our medical first responders, food banks working to feed low-income students and neighbors shopping for local seniors who don’t want to tread in a grocery store. On Monday I took an actual lunch break, away from my laptop, to sit on my patio and I thought about how quickly everything turned on its head. The local kids were running around since there is no school, more of my neighbors were home either s...