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The year of unexpected wonders

The fresh air. The quiet. The blank engagement diary. The days all to oneself.

Enough of the naysayers. How has lockdown been blissful for you? What have you accomplished with the time?

by Anonymousreply 1011/21/2020

I love it. But I don't like the effect it has on others, emotionally and financially.

by Anonymousreply 111/20/2020

I could see that Taylor and Jeff were suffering in their tiny Hell's Kitchen flat.

But this new video says their forced quarantine forced them to save money which allowed them to buy a house in the burbs.

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by Anonymousreply 211/20/2020

I’ve always worked-out at home so the closing of gyms had no effect on me. From day one, I decided to ramp up my 7-day a week routine, and have tripled my work-out. I’d like to think that 8 months later it’s had some good effect.

by Anonymousreply 311/21/2020

It's been good. No dick, freed up mental RAM. I finished a book. Got some journalistic pieces published. Learned to cook and I'm now toying with an idea for a cookbook. Took up gardening. Life's good.

by Anonymousreply 411/21/2020

I'm fortunate to be living in a place that has barely been touched, compared to many areas. Nova Scotia has had 1160 confirmed cases since the virus began, with 65 deaths total. Most, I've been told, occurred in a Halifax nursing home which was housing their patients two per room, rather than one to a room, as had been recommended by the government. One of the casualties of the virus was my partner's aunt by marriage, and as horrible as it is to say this, she will be missed by few. She was a vile, nasty, manipulative woman, and even her children found her to be a piece of work. (I could write a book about her. She was a character out of a very dark comedy.)

Other than that, it's pretty much business as usual here. Masks must be worn in offices and stores. Large gatherings are not allowed. All businesses are open. In the beginning, briefly, it was like one of the opening scenes from "I am Legend." Not a soul to be seen. I'd drive to my great aunt's place, and streets were deserted. Rather quickly, though, people came creeping out. Now, everyone seems to have adapted to a (slightly) new lifestyle.

by Anonymousreply 511/21/2020

no, not at all

by Anonymousreply 611/21/2020

I’m loving working from home! The commute was killing me

by Anonymousreply 711/21/2020

I hated my commute. I never want to go back to it, at least not on a five day a week basis.

by Anonymousreply 811/21/2020

Love working from home, but annoyed by all the neighbors with yard service. Those fucking mowers are loud.

by Anonymousreply 911/21/2020

A semiferal cat adopted me.

by Anonymousreply 1011/21/2020
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