Dat meetin was a doozy

What’s next is still to be decided. I will return to my part-time civilian life. I’ll be making a lot of calls to try and get out the vote ahead of the scheduled April 7 election. And trying to deal with The Weird in all its glories. I can’t help but wonder how this will affect my kids, ages nine and seventeen. One is already a bit of a recluse, but he likes socializing on his terms. The other is much more of a social butterfly, but he’s adapting well to the new confines. Whether we can deal with being in such close quarters for a prolonged period of time is another matter. But, as we say, “we’re all in in together.”

Yes. Alone, together.

* I had never heard the term “telework” before this outbreak. Interesting. That’s precisely what I did for LinuxPPC, back in 1998-2001.

Published by Jason Haas

I am a resident of the Bay View neighborhood in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and a member of the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors. That sometimes comes up on here, as it's kind of a small part of my life. No official county business happens here. I'm mostly using this now to give a rough draft account of how we're dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. God help us all.

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