This quarantine has made some of us forget the simple things as we try to manage our lives. That apparently includes wearing pants when checking the mailbox according to one police department warning.
Check out this special Facebook status update by the Taneytown Police Department...
Some people are managing to keep their calm during this time where most of us are quarantined at home. Others aren't. That would probably explain why a guy saw his neighbor being dragged around his yard on a model train.
Along with the on-going tragedy of this coronavirus pandemic, there are special moments of humanity that have appeared. That's the case for this video of a sweet lady who performed a window concert for a 99-year-old hospice patient.
This time of quarantine can be a challenging time for all of us, but it's definitely a challenge for women dealing with bored husbands. One lady would probably say "amen" as her husband just invented a self-powered Amish buggy.
One of many sad side effects of the current quarantine are kids who are having to celebrate birthdays without parties. Several communities have stepped up and thrown parades for kids who would otherwise not have friends celebrating with them.
Leave it to some of our favorite musicians to keep us entertained in this time when gathering together for a show is not possible. Ned LeDoux just performed a mini-concert in his backyard and you can watch it here.
As we are all currently social distancing, many of us are 'self quarantined' at home. The plus side to quarantine is that is immensely helpful in slowing the spread of COVID-19. The downside is that staying home all the time with little to no human contact can make you a bit stir crazy.
We are all dealing with this quarantine and social distancing thing in different ways. I may have just suffered a mental breakdown as I've used my spare time to create a near-impossible Google Street View challenge.