In those early days of the pandemic, classes moved online, and my partner and I no longer spent hours commuting to our respective universities to teach. Instead, we took turns pushing the stroller around our neighborhood. At each intersection we chose our direction based on whichever road seemed more deserted. We zig-zagged down blocks, crossing the street to avoid other people. We sometimes backtracked for the same reason. Our steps created chaotic designs on streets that we once followed in straight lines… More here.
A ‘very’ interesting and well written article. Made me think.