As I have been stuck-ish at home (Canadian version of lock down is a measured version of chess where people keep moving but in non-intersecting patterns, 6 feet apart) I was sure that I would be able to get my movie in a more developed version of a set of doodles ( not very entertaining i must admit). I just realized how much stuff (things totally unrelated to work or fun) there is to do in a home (place usually used for late night play and eating..interchangeable when the mood hits LOL) to make it livable.We have been on a constant wash, dry, sterilize, repeat cycle. That is just to keep us organized and relatively safe.
So far my wife is the only victim of the virus, she is isolated in bed, getting loving care from all of us ( my daughter, my grand kids and our soon to be son in law are living with us now) and she is doing great, compared to others i think. We are told that it will be a long one and we believe it, just looking at the response from the real specialists we contact at the clinics and hospital, not the "TV" specialists. and we are ok with that.
Knowing it will be long and hard and not fun by any stretch is a comforting ( yes it is) thing because we are then able to better cope with the constant feeling of panic that insecurity will eventually bring when it is just taking too long for our lives to be affected.
It is a frustrating time for all of us. I see lots of people caring for each other while some of the higher ups are just doing their damn best to destroy it all.
Stay safe my friends. We will get through this and then we will celebrate.