So, it’s officially been one week since I’ve left my house. I mean, I’ve gone outside, but I haven’t left my yard or neighborhood. This is the way of the world now. This is our new normal. Shelter in place. Stay at home. It’s an order. It’s a law. It’s for the good of everyone. It can and will save lives.
But it also can last a long time and probably will last longer than anyone who is not well versed in the study of pandemics imagines. I’m trying to wrap my brain around the fact that this will most likely not be “weeks” that we’re talking about but “months”…I don’t even want to speculate “years” because that’s getting way ahead of myself. Look, I don’t know. I’m a music teacher who reads the news and listens to Governor DeWine and Dr. Amy Acton (a fricken rock star, I tell you) so I know no more than the average person. I’m just writing because it’s giving me something to do, somewhere to put my thoughts, an outlet when all else seems lost. Continue reading “Rainbows”