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I remember reading reports out of Wuhan, back in February, when the citizens had been on lockdown for more than 72 days. When we passed the 40 day mark, I thought “Ok, breathe. More than halfway through what China went through.”
We are now on Day 91. Thirteen weeks. “Normalcy” isn’t a word I think about anymore. There is only Before and After. Continue reading
Every day, I look at my social media content from past years. Between Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter I post a lot. It has always been my way of capturing memories with our family. I am up to 634 days in a row of looking at Timehop, as an indication of how much I enjoy looking at past years and remembering what we were doing on those days.
Now, looking at those days have become a reminder of freedom in movement that we no longer have, at least for the next few weeks. The “shelter in place” order in Illinois is through April 7th. I will bet that it is going to be extended beyond that, and that we could be looking at months of confinement. Continue reading