…or at least trying to
I’ve lost track of time. These days it’s like living in a loop, to some extend. There’s no weekend, no week day. There’s checking in with family and friends, scrubbing hands with soap and water, watching (mostly local) press conferences while holding my breath for the latest updates, which never seem to look encouraging….
But there is some good news. Close friends and family seem to be doing all right. Mental exhaustion is still there, but not as bad as during the first days of the pandemic…guess the body (and mind?) learn to adjust, eventually. But there’s no foreseeable end in sight. Not yet.
I stay busy and focused, as much as possible. I have to send special thanks to the amazing author Hans Hirschi, for entertaining me (and many others) each day with his book readings. For some reason, I seldom get to log in for his live reading, but then catch up with it on YouTube.
Since I haven’t been out of the house in a long while, I keep my camera around, and try to take notes on the pandemic as it unfolds in my neighborhood. So, here are a few images and video bites captured during coronavirus pandemic:
In Garden State flags fly at half staff during coronavirus pandemic:
Empire State Building flashes its siren lights, to honor the first responders for their amazing work during covid-19 pandemic:
This covid-19 Easter weekend, New York City displayed its bright heart for all to see:
Each night at 7pm, Jersey City residents step outside on their balconies to cheer covid-19 first responders.
City streets are mostly empty, but for the ambulances and covid-19 test sites.
And yet, life still goes on during covid 19 pandemic:
I wonder when we’re going to be able to notice a glimpse of light at the end of the proverbial tunnel?
Hope you all stay well and healthy, and inside, if possible.
As always, thanks for stopping by!