Go home, stay home

I thought I would have tons of time to blog, make photos around the house, start organizing my out-of-control photo albums, learn some new skills on YouTube and do all those other cool things that the newly housebound are (or rather boast they are) doing.

No such luck.

I cannot complain—work is keeping me busier than ever—but as someone who pretty much always works from home all the time anyhow, nothing’s really changed in terms of day-to-day routine. What has changed dramatically is life outside the house. The local parks, community centres, schoolyards and shops are all but deserted.

It’s almost like a season of The Leftovers on HBO, but with less people (outside).

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