COVID-19 Social Impact in New York City

I was thinking about the ways that the COVID-19 experience has changed the way we live our lives in New York City. Beyond the obvious continued closures I mean. As a kid, when I would come here to visit family, the crowds and noise were part of the appeal. Staying up late and seeing andContinue reading “COVID-19 Social Impact in New York City”

Lining up in a mall doesn’t make sense

I’m all for social distancing, but I couldn’t figure out what the point was of having people line up outside of stores inside of the mall. I had to make a run out to Westfield Garden State Plaza Mall in Paramus, NJ this weekend. I had to drop off a return at the Amazon BooksContinue reading “Lining up in a mall doesn’t make sense”

Things to be grateful for 4/26 – 5/1

So, last week was pretty low key. That in itself is something to be grateful for given the circumstances. We’re still in one of the worst outbreak areas of COVID-19 in the world and no one in my family has gotten sick yet, thankfully. I’m a little concerned about how things are going to goContinue reading “Things to be grateful for 4/26 – 5/1”

Coronavirus Journal: Day 25 – #coronavirusUSA mascot?

So, I was sitting at the dinner table, trying to get some remote work done and I saw something moving out of the corner of my eye, out the window. I looked over and saw a black bird, a crow, standing on the antennae of the neighboring building. Ok. Great. A crow. I felt likeContinue reading “Coronavirus Journal: Day 25 – #coronavirusUSA mascot?”