It’s hard to believe that we are already two months into this “stay home” reality.
For us, at least, these new routines of excess internet use, excess cookie baking, and excess being home together are not going away anytime soon.
The more others in our community attempt to re-engage with the outside world, to “get back to normal,” and to come out of their houses to visit shops, restaurants, and public spaces—the more our family will isolate.
We are fortunate to be able to make that choice.
We can continue to stay home.
We will continue to limit our outside exposure, with only short masked trips to the stores (if we can’t get curbside pick-up or delivery).
We’ll still wash our hands a lot, put mail and groceries in “quarantine” for a few days, and use a lot of bandwidth to keep in touch with friends and family.
We want to stay safe, and do our part to keep others safe, too. Read More