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Monday, March 30, 2020

Pittsburgh Social "Distancing" Scene

Lisa Cantalamessa with John Sieckowski

We have, for the most part, been in our homes and social "distancing" for a little over 14 days.  Hopefully, we will keep this awful menace at bay, or at least reasonably so.  Our stores, libraries, schools, restaurants, movie theaters, and just about everything else you can think of, are closed. Many of us are indefinitely out of jobs, others are working from home, and the true heroes, our health care professionals, are working overtime.

We are fortunate to live in an era where nearly everything we need can be purchased online and delivered.  Food, water, and essentials are still available, and reflecting slightly higher costs.

I asked some of my friend to send over photos of their social distancing and how they are coping with these unprecedented times.


Jeremy Witt on Beverly Road Mt. Lebanon

Skye Douglass walking through Sewickley Cemetery

Skye Douglass safe distance Happy Hour

Mary Ann Slafka 
Luke Wholey's Wild Alaskan Grill, Safe Distance



Jackie Capatolla with a distance greeting to her grandchildren.

Olivia Weber and Hope Marie a social scooter outing

Valerie Valenti safe at home with Provocative Nostalgia

Marla Schattner  walking through Bethel Cemetery 

Marla Schattner with safe companions

Carrie Parrilla safe distancing

Melanie Crockard evening Caftan and Cocktails in her driveway

Laurie Lawrence and her shadow

Kites and 6 feet distance in South Park, Sunday March 29

Starbucks Bethel Park, a line all the way around the building

A lone runner in front of South Hills Village, Sunday, March 29


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