Source: Daniel Bader / Android Central
After I put the baby to bed on Wednesday, I got in the car to drive the five miles to my local Costco. It was snowing as the sun went down, and because I was driving west I spent most of the time both staring at, and trying to avoid, the star’s monstrous and comforting output.
I feel like I’ve been doing the same thing during my work days — in turns embracing and trying to avoid the reality of this awful situation, and how it encourages a strange amalgamation of micro normalcy and macro anxiety. By now, we’ve all grown into this routine, whether it’s merely finding a comfortable spot on the couch to spend the day typing away on a keyboard, to taking turns looking after kids or parents, to finding literally any excuse to leave the house, if only for a walk or a run.
It’s truly inspiring reading and hearing the stories from people who are…