Virus and the City: Staying at Home

I was trying to get a walk in every day, but the calls to stay at home couldn’t possibly get any louder. They were saying it was okay to go out for a walk to exercise, but you don’t hear that so much anymore. Or at all. Now I’m trying to go to the grocery store less and buy more.

I took this on a walk to Tribeca. It’s a nice two mile walk there and back. Sigh. I always felt so much better after a decent walk.

Stacy Horn

I've written six non-fiction books, the most recent is Damnation Island: Poor, Sick, Mad, and Criminal in 19th-Century New York.

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2 thoughts on “Virus and the City: Staying at Home

  1. I was wondering how you’ve been faring. With all the insanity and trying to stay on task with various projects (and I’m still working full-time at my office; I’m essential), I haven’t had time to come over and read your blog. I will read all your posts today, on and off, when I am taking breaks. Stay safe!

  2. I’m good. I’m still well, I’ve got a book proposal I’m working on although I can only do so much, most of what I need to do will have to wait until this is all over. But that’s okay. As long as it is over someday.

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