Look, I know. Each day lately seems like it's just a list of things that are no longer taking place. Or have been postponed.
Think of spring. NBA games? On hold. Major League Baseball? All spring training suspended and the start of the season is being pushed back.
The Boston Marathon? Moved to September.
March Madness? Nope.
Your kid's middle school basketball games? Time out.
In fact, between the time you hit "read" on this email and the time you finish it, I'm pretty sure another couple of events will be canceled.
Our sister publication Automotive News has been forced to postpone its annual World Congress. The Society of Plastics Engineers' Antec conference is still on schedule for San Antonio March 29-April 3 with some top speakers on the schedule, including Dow Inc. CEO Jim Fitterling. But there are a lot of days between now and then. Just prepare to be flexible. And stay healthy. And know you're not alone.
And if you find yourself working at home like Senior Reporter Bill Bregar, learn to adapt, even if that means hitting up a different fast-food joint. And getting moral support from your dogs.