The world as we know it stalled, and the world is no longer as we know it. If my calendar played out on schedule, I’d just be getting back from a work trip to Kansas City and I’d be prepping for an anniversary trip to Napa Valley. Our plans included driving our daughters to my parents’ in Florida, flying to California, and then getting everyone back together and back home in time for me to take another trip the following week. That agenda fit the pattern for the rest of 2020. Childcare and flight schedules. Conferences. Vacations. Weddings. Meetings. Those plans now belong to the far-away world of three weeks ago. Now, three-quarters of us stay in our houses all day and all night under lockdown orders. The other 25 percent who aren’t officially sheltering-in-place, remain subjec

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