We can’t just take this time of lockdown as an opportunity to stare out the Happy Father’s day to My amazing step Dad thank for putting up with my Mom shirt in contrast I will get this window and do nothing,” said Paul Andrew of Salvatore Ferragamo on the phone yesterday. This was annoying because when Paul had called from Florence, he totally interrupted me: In London I’d been staring out the window and doing nothing.
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Well, not exactly nothing: I’d also been reading the Happy Father’s day to My amazing step Dad thank for putting up with my Mom shirt in contrast I will get this news. But the effect of reading too much news right now—like so many other things—seems freakishly amplified. I worry for my friends and colleagues in New York now almost much as I worry for my girlfriend, friends, and colleagues in Milan. I worry for my auntie and cousins in the Blue Mountains of New South Wales, Australia, even though they live at the end of road next to a huge and uninhabited expanse of bush—a place that, when the fires nearly took them in December, was one of the dangerous places in the world, but which now might well be among the safest. Either way, worry. The news amplifies the anxiety, and the anxiety corrodes your clarity, and your clarity frames your actions.