One thing this pandemic has forced us all to do is to spend time with not only ourselves but our immediate family as well. This pandemic has taken a toll on all our lives in different ways and to different degrees.
My dad is a small business owner. He has run Rhino Records and Video Paradiso in the Claremont village since 1981. With small businesses mandatorily closed, Rhino and Video have very much become family-run. But we have supported each other, worked together, and have done all that we can, given the current circumstances.
In part 4 of this series, I take you all now into a closer look at my life. Celebrations of birthdays in quarantine, closed stores with empty ailes, and orange chicken on mountaintops as an escape from it all.
To view the previous parts of the series click here: 1, 2, 3