There are those that have been blessed with work-from-home capabilities, though, in turn, suffer from ceaseless conference calls and heavier workloads.
Lastly, there are the tremendously fortunate few: the ones operating front-line in departments deemed "non-essential" that were simply sent home without reduced pay.
Even upon landing on Ontario soil, the direness of the situation was reflected in plummeting gas prices.
(Not picture but ingested: Tako Wasabi)
- Our daily lives are heavily dependent on screens, annihilating human interaction means communication via screens and eye-straining lights instead of face-to-face, in the flesh.
- Some of the sidewalk slabs in my neighbourhood have managed to maintain integrity since 1993, with some even dating back to 1977! Newer slabs can easily be identified by their smoother, broom finish, while the older ones were darker in hue - either a result of the concrete mix itself, weathering, or a mixture of both - and contained larger pieces of aggregate.
- Everyone can be a baker - maybe not the most skillful of creators, but at least thoughtful in their own respects. (Prime example: My Banana Coconut Cinnamon Rolls inspired by Tasty.)
- Mobility is a key element for humanity. Old or young, residents of a community need to be mobile in order to stay connected with one another. Humans thrive together, and city planning ought to reflect such needs by making all cities safer and more accessible for all ages. This is especially important in suburbs, areas that exhibit lower population densities and hence, compromised public transit relative to metropolitan/downtown areas.