So it is shelter-in-place day... um... yeah... still pretty much ALL of them... simultaneously. Yes - I sat and put all these together - one by one... backwards [and then flipped the image]... just for this shot. Yep. 😕
Hard shadows trailing along as we wander from day to day to day to daaaaaaaay - many of us getting through the week tethered to the new mechanical routine of our organized, albeit virtual, clicking and clacking of working and schooling from home... each day perhaps a slightly different texture than the one before or after but also very much the same with no coming or going to break them up... but with bits of color and texture as our family around us provides splashes of color - but then we are sucked into our next virtual meeting... and we try to still see the weekends as weekends though we roll from day to day... Is there even really a Saturday anymore? Does it still exist as the end of the week and beginning of the weekend - or is it just the second half of Friday and the first half of Sunday - no longer existing on its own? It seems that Sunday is maybe, or maybe should be, a bit of a big deal because we know we should be preparing for work/school the next day but is it really different?