2 months have passed since the "stay home" order was issued in New York. How are you spending this time? Are you teaching your children (or even studying together) at home? Are you working from home? Are you working out at home? Have you been busier doing housework, which is brought about because everybody is at home? Researching new businesses? Spending time on a hobby? It's easy to browse the internet or binge watch TV. Thanks to online entertainment providers, we can watch
As a creator, I'm always thinking about what I can do. I can't go outside, I can't release any new item because the plater that I go to is closed. I can't sew face masks because I don't have any materials. I can't post nice New York picture on social media. It's very easy to think of things that I can't do. There must be something I can do to entertain or cheer somebody up. I love to use a hand saw. I love to tat lace. What if I use these two techniques together? It takes mor
Under the "stay home" law, almost all stores are closed and New York City is very quiet. There is no lively atmosphere. Times Square, the epicenter of the 'city that never sleeps' is unbelievably silent. People worry about how long this will continue. Nobody knows when this situation will end. Some professionals say it will last for months. President Trump says hopefully this ends by Easter. (However many doubt this optimistic opinion.) Now is a very tough time for everybody.