I miss going to the gym. I had to scramble to order a barbell and some weights before everything sold out, and while I can lift at home when the weather's OK (which it hasn't been at all for the last couple of weeks), I miss my 6am crew, being insulted by my coach, and Bobbi the pit bull greeting me at the door. Although I have to admit catching up on sleep has been wonderful. It's great getting through the day feeling clear headed and alert instead of like a zombie.
I'm working from home and still busy, although we are going to get hammered by the oil price downturn. I suspect a lot of our customers (Tier II and III O&G companies) will go to the wall. Between the coronavirus and that, the economy where I live is not going to come out of this well - our current unemployment rate is the highest in the country and only going to get worse. So I'm thankful to have a job, and also thankful that if I turns out I don't soon, I don't have kids, a mortgage, or any credit card debt. I'm well aware that a lot of people are not so lucky.
I'm also mourning the fact that the travel industry is going to be permanently changed, and that I might not being going anywhere of note for the next 18 months or so. That makes me sad. Especially when things were just coming together to allow me to travel more ...
Myself, the roommate, his girlfriend and three cats are quarantining in the house. It's actually been okay, and nice to have some company. I haven't played board games for years
I'm watching lots of YouTube and frantically pinning things for to buy for the new condo, which I finally get to move into on June 3.