The impact of having people at home for extended periods is wearing on everybody. I went to walk the dog and he looked up with an expression of “Not again.”

On the other side, our cat resents our being here and taking up his favorite spots on the couch. Wait a minute, that’s not new..… If the coronavirus keeps going through October, we won’t need Halloween masks. All children will have to do is walk up to a door and offer to shake hands. “Ahhhhhh” …  One of the warnings for staying healthy is for people not to touch their faces, noses or mouths. It revamps the old disdain for “touching yourself” somewhat. …  With families together interminably, there has been a untick in Google searches for the phrase “Justifiable homicide”. … Fantasy sports has gotten new life. People are staring at TV screens and fantasizing there are games being played. The real solution is to hire play-by-play announcers and color commentators to narrate the fake games instead of having to settle for replays of decades-old games.  … If isolation remains in place for much longer, the fall crop of “How I Spent My Summer” school essays is going to be extremely repetitive? “I spent the summer cooped up at home”, “I spent the summer cooped up at home,” “I…” You got it. Meanwhile, kids are worried about Easter. “Will eggs be safe to eat?” and “Do you think my daddy will take a shot at the Easter Bunny to keep him off our property?”.  Reports are the mythical rabbit is seeking asylum with Punxsutawney Phil.

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