It’s Been A While
Hey. Yea You. It’s been a while since I’ve posted over here on this site. I’ve been busy. Yea we’re all “busy.” I’ve been building out a tech site called Insights on Tech. Check it out. I’m really proud of it.
So reality struck and I’m now out of my co-working space for at least two weeks because of Covid19. I’m back to working in my basement. This time with a proper standing desk and a nice foot pad.
The kiddo is home for these two weeks and the wife is doing reduced hours at her job.
I’ll admit I’m a bit freaked out. Yes a little about the actual Covid19 virus, but more about what it’s going to do to our healthcare system, that already has issues.
I’m scared because if someone gets sick, not necessarily with Covid19 but with something else that takes them to the emergency room, how that might work. Our resources are thin at best now. Hell, doctors can’t even get gloves and masks. You’d think we’re in a 3rd World country. To be honest, I think 3rd World countries have more supplies than we do.
I don’t have to worry about my 7 yo getting it, he’ll just give us Covid19. I’m really worried about my parents and my in-laws. They are in the zone where it’s deadly.
I know I’m rambling, but I needed to get this out.
How are you doing? Let me know in the comments. We’re all in this together. Together we can get through this.
Thanks for sharing your personal experience, Seth. It’s more important than ever in times like these to share with other humans, especially when we’re sharing an experience in isolation. On a positive note, what funny stories will you tell your grand kids about this 30 or 40 years from now?
Just want to say that this time is scary for all of us… It’s the lack of a future vision that make is so darn unnerving. For me, I believe that something really better will emerge. People might just realize that we all matter to each other… what a concept. Let’s try putting out an idea that we all need to expand our circle of caring. We need to care about how other people feel all across the globe, not just our immediate family, friends or other locals, but all people. If everyone worked to expand the circle of people they think and care about, things will get better for everyone.