I think people's memories are short.

[Interviewer]

How has covid-19 impacted your daily life?

[Chris]

Uh… very little, um, I had to go to work… uh… everyday, just like normal. I’m uh, in essential service so…

[Interviewer]

Everything is pretty much normal to you huh?

[Chris]

Yeah so… not a lot of change. More… more face masks and stuff like that, but other than that, not a big deal.

[Interviewer]

Yeah very minor changes.

[Chris]

Yeah.

[Interviewer]

What did you under-appreciate before Covid and what do you really appreciate now?

[Chris]

Uh… we are spending a lot more time at home… uh… which is nice. Um you know,  normally, especially through the short summer we are really booked up… uh… camping trips, that kinda thing, off to visit people and it’s not often we just kind of sit at home and enjoy… enjoy our space right?

[Interviewer]

It’s nice to like, have that family kind of…

[Chris]

Yeah it’s kind of slowed down

[Interviewer]

How do you think the pandemic will change society once it’s over?

[Chris]

*sigh* 

Honestly? Um not much. I… I don’t- I think people's memories are short. 

[Interviewer]

Um… how did isolation affect you and how has it affected your relationship with family?

[Chris]

Uh...

Like I said it hasn’t really been that… been that big a deal. Uh, being out of the house everyday and at work and interacting with people hasn’t really…

[Interviewer]

Everything’s been pretty much the same?

[Chris]

Yeah, been pretty much normal. Yeah.

[Interviewer]

What pre-Covid memory keeps you hopeful and what possible future keeps you going?

[Chris]

Ah… that’s a good question... um… 

Pre-covid memory… yeah I’m sorry I’ve got nothing.

*laughing*

[Interviewer]

That’s okay!