I’m a planner and a prepper. So having to adapt and make changes to my day-to-day life is not such a huge deal to me. I do worry for others that are directly in the line of fire and for those who may not fare well if they contract the virus. That would include practically everyone in my family.
It’s unfortunate that a lot of industries and workers will have their income slow down or even come to a halt at this time, including myself as an artist. I predict that even if all this ends tomorrow the recovery from this will be felt for quite some time.
The cons and shows that I’ve already paid for and planned on attending may not happen as they are events that draw in huge crowds. But that’s okay if it means people will be safe from this threat. I may not be able reach my revenue goals as anticipated but there will be more opportunities in the future. I know this for sure.
Trying to stay optimistic in a time of uncertainty. Stay smart, stay calm, and most importantly stay safe everyone.
Featured image: EDWARD HOPPER, CAPE COD MORNING, 1950