It's the End of the World As We Know It

OK, maybe it isn't the end of the world. But, it is a beginning of a whole new world as things start getting locked down tight and people are encouraged to isolate themselves.

I'm still going to the office today, mostly because I am mostly isolated there anyway (I have every intention of locking the door). But, as of right now, my wife, a teacher assistant, is home, my kids are home (though my oldest home schools and still has class as a result) and our two favorite hangouts, the library and the ice rink, are closed. It's going to be a long couple of weeks or more.

In a way, I kind of wish this were the zombie apocalypse. At least then, we (probably) wouldn't need to worry about paying the bills and, at minimum, I would have an excuse to stab people in the head.


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