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It is sad, many of them will not reopen.
The US has over 3 million people that signed up for unemployment.


We have been staying in as asked, but I had to run out for a couple prescriptions. It was a bit unnerving to see so little traffic on the streets, so many closed businesses and nearly empty parking lots.

True. Real life can suck. Unlike the movies, you can't walk out of it.


Exactly, Impie! LOL ;-))


You have hit the nail on the head. Being forced to do something is way different than if it was my choice. We do video chat with him but getting a hug from a 2 year old is so much better than a video chat. Okay, I have to stop complaining. Have a good day Ladies!


It's almost the same when the eye doctor tells you to NOT blink whilst testing your eye….you just feel the urge to blink....:-))


Ladies, I agree with you. I have often (regrettably) said I would like to be locked in
my home for 30 days to catch up on all the things that need to be done. I was wrong!
Have be going to work for a hour or two a day.....straight there and back. No place to
stop anyway.........everything closed. Jigidi is such a communication comfort......


That's got to be the hardest part, Judy....missing access to family/friends. Thankfully we live in an age where virtual connections are possible, whether FaceTime, email, text, or here through photos and comment threads.

The psychology of the current stay-at-home reminds me of how it felt when the car was in the shop. It is one thing to be happy/content at home with the car parked outside, choosing not to drive away. The feeling is completely different when the car is not there and you Can't drive away even if you wanted to. Always found that a curious sensation.

Thank goodness for our Jigidi friends around the world! Keep well and stay safe! :-))


I don't like a movie like that at all.


Great sign.
Everything feels surreal, Nancy. I'm a homebody and an introvert. I am tired of being cooped up in this house. Missing my grandson terribly.


Exactly. Being at home is one thing...the shuttered business and empty streets are surreal.

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