Show Us Your Stay At Home Project

 
Dana Cronin, Brian Moline & Christine Herman/Illinois Newsroom

Whether its cooking, gardening or creating something new with your family, The 21st Show wants to see your "Do It Yourself" home projects while you're staying in and practicing physical distancing. Send your pictures, along with your name & city to talk@21stshow.org.  Or tweet them using the hashtag #StayAtHomeIL. 

We may talk about your project on The 21st show and add your picture to our gallery below.

Our yard is in the best shape of its life. I go weed-hunting during my lunch break and it's so nice to get fresh air. Found this teeny tiny flower peeking out. It's probably a weed but it's so pretty I'm letting it stick around.

From WILL Health Reporter Christine Herman: "Our yard is in the best shape of its life. I go weed-hunting during my lunch break and it's so nice to get fresh air. Found this teeny tiny flower peeking out. It's probably a weed but it's so pretty I'm letting it stick around."

I upgraded my in-home recording setup to this more

From WILL Health Reporter Christine Herman: "I upgraded my in-home recording setup to this more 'permanent' arrangement -- in my kids' closet right next to the diaper stash!"

This is the key chain collection of WILL News Director Reginald Hardwick. He estimates he has 'at least' 600 and he's recounting them when he has break from the news.

From WILL News & Public Affairs Director Reginald Hardwick: "This is my key chain collection. The last time I counted I had 600. That was some time ago, the stay-at-home order gives me some time to see how many I've added." 

Many of key chains come from travels over the years. Quite a few are from stops in Chicago!

From WILL News & Public Affairs Director Reginald Hardwick: "Many of key chains come from travels over the years. Quite a few are from stops in Chicago!"

WILL agriculture reporter Dana Cronin: Here is WILL agriculture reporter Dana Cronin's first attempt at making sourdough bread. Looks good!

From WILL Agriculture Reporter Dana Cronin: "My first attempt at sourdough [bread] turned out pretty good!"

WILL Morning Edition host Brian Moline has a little helper with his DIY projects.

From WILL Morning Edition Host Brian Moline: "My co-worker is sitting down on the job. But to be fair, I told him to sit for the photo."

From The 21st producer Libby Foster:

From Libby Foster, producer for The 21st: "Everyone is getting into puzzling."

From WILL Education reporter Lee Gaines:

From WILL Education reporter Lee Gaines: "We got a foster cat!"

From WILL reporter Jim Meadows; Spring, frustrated. This would have been the first daffodil to bloom this spring outside my apartment building, but it was literally nipped in the bud by someone who picked it or a hungry animal. Still waiting for a bloom ..

From WILL senior reporter Jim Meadows: "From WILL reporter Jim Meadows; Spring, frustrated. This would have been the first daffodil to bloom this spring outside my apartment building, but it was literally nipped in the bud by someone who picked it or a hungry animal. Still waiting for a bloom .."

From Anna Casey, producer of The 21st. She's perfecting the perfect pot of coffee, starting with the beansAnd here is Anna's stay at home latte.

From Anna Casey, producer for The 21st: "Still perfecting my method, but tried roasting some coffee at home."

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