I commute into New York City; I live in Jersey. I’d work as an analyst for New York and Company, the clothing company. So basically, it’s 9:00 to 5:00. You go in, do your work, come back, and then all of a sudden, everybody is working from home. And then all of sudden, everybody is furloughed and then laid off. It was a gradual stripping away of the reality set in and stages. That’s almost worse. It’s like waiting for the shoe to drop. But it’s like seven other shoes. The end of April was when I was officially laid off. I was furloughed for about a month and then working from home started about the beginning of March. 

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