Subtitled "Seven Stories of Solitude During the Coronavirus, from ages 24 to 86", this story comes from the Washington Post
and is written by Caroline Kitchener.
I'm not going to reprint it here, though I recommend it to you as an interesting read.
Our group includes four women who live alone: Jessica, Angie, Irma, and me.
Irma is without pets, too; Angie, do you have animals?
I'm not sure if or how that might make our experience during this social isolation different from
the experience the rest of you are having. But I think it might be interesting to explore.
(and sometimes I'm just fishing for stuff to do...)