When I'm not on the road I've worked from home for the last 20 yrs. That's what I'm doing now. This is the time when we get all the contract and support stuff done for remediation projects that kick off in the late spring, so I'm running wide open trying to keep up with new contracts. Yea, there is some stuff we're setting up for next month that we know we're probably not going to get to do, (I'd make a large wager that shipment from the Bay Area is going to slip) but all in all work is "normal". ...but then my wife and I have these conversations from the twilight zone about what I was able to find in the stores today, "...no sugar, I found salt, but not the kosher I like, and one store had frozen veggies today..." kind of stuff that is just weird, and there are some stressful undercurrents because she's in H&S at the largest hospital in the region, and they have a number of active cases. We're both do health and safety/compliance type work in one capacity or another so there are some odd conversations there. I'm the odd player these days. Effectively nothing has changed for me other than my kids are home and doing remote schooling. It's like the weeks during the summer time when they aren't enrolled in a camp/day care, sort of... Checking outside to see if Rod Serling is on my street somewhere.