I have to stay home. I'm immuno-suppressed because of the meds I take for Crohn's disease. To make up for all the gigs I've lost (through at least August now), I've been taking in bicycles to repair at home, flipping things to sell on eBay, and teaching online drum lessons. It's not much, but it's something and it helps keep the lights on while we wait and see what happens next.
We may be waiting quite awhile, especially here in the United States where our leadership has, frankly, gone off the rails and so many people are not ready to accept that we could be waiting a long time for things to improve.
Meanwhile, we are all doing the best we can.
I am blessed to live in a safe, secure home with the one I love. I cannot imagine going through this without her, with family close by whom I can talk to every day on the phone.
And I am blessed to be reasonably healthy enough so I can still do things.
Tonight, I decided at the last minute to record an entry for NPR's Tiny Desk Concerts.
The info at the entry web site emphasized that they're not nearly as concerned about glitz and production values as they are about the quality and impact of the song. So I decided to enter the title song from The Watchman's Chair. It's very simply recorded with just an iPhone, but it's done and I got it in before tomorrow's deadline.
We'll see what happens. meanwhile, if you want to watch it yourself, it's up on Youtube.
Enjoy, and thanks for your support.
Stay home, stay safe, and be kind to everyone.