This crisis is starting to feel like it’s been going on for a long time. The colors of the construction paper window rainbows are fading.
The city without people looks beautiful in a stark sort of way. We live in a pretty place.
Wearing a mask suffocates me, yet another reason medical personnel deserve all of our respect during these horrific times. I can’t imagine wearing one, with a face shield on top, for 14 hours a day.
Can this incredibly challenging situation prompt us to “reset” society? It would be beyond tragic if things just went back the way they were P.C.
Isolating without a partner makes one think about what they might want in a potential partner. I imagine isolating with a partner does the same.
It’s really hard to stay on task, something I’m just realizing may not be a situation exclusive to myself.
I worry about social distancing as the weather gets warmer.
Has a cough ever sounded as scary to you? How many times a day do you wonder if you might have been exposed to the virus?
My #sixwordstory would have to be: My dog has never been happier.
I’ve taken to putting cash in my pocket when I got out for my daily walk. I call it my “walking around money” and try to find a way to spend it at a local, independent business during my walk.
Days seem really long, but the weeks are going by quickly. Losing all of this time with friends and loved ones is something we’ll never be able to recover. I hope we learn to value those shared experiences more than ever once we have them in our lives again.