I am 74 and my husband is 72. We had been counting on our daughter, who lives on Shaker Square, to help us out if we should catch the virus. The reverse has happened. Even though she went nowhere but to the University Heights Target, the grocery store and the drug store, she got a mild case of COVID-19. I ended up delivering food and medicine to her apartment door during her 23-day quarantine. She is now out and about and it’s a relief to know that she can help us if we need anything. I continue to shop during the senior hour at Heinen’s, and appreciate the Stone Oven’s willingness to deliver delicious soups, sandwiches, and pastries to the trunk of my car. We do not feel isolated because we walk around the block every day and talk at a distance to our Clarendon and E. Fairfax neighbors. Zoom keeps us connected to Church of the Redeemer and (for me) to my book club, personal trainer, and women’s group. So far we are coping well!