So we checked in with some of our former Dream Day subjects to see how they are spending their time during self-quarantine — as in what they’re doing, listening to, reading, watching, cooking, eating and escaping to right now. This isn’t really about productivity: It’s about finding inspiration and distraction during this sad and stressful time.We are finding creative uses for leftovers, listening to old radio shows (taking inspiration from WAMU’s “The Big Broadcast”), and writing inspiring messages on our neighborhood sidewalks (“We got this” and “Laugh a little”). We have also revived the ancient art of pen pal-ling. As part of our home school, we start each day by writing to our friends and then we deliver the letters, knock on the door and run to social-distance safety. We are also casting our summer production of “We, the Invisibles” by Susan Soon He Stanton. And doing more FaceTime auditions than ever before. Thank goodness people can accept change and adjust so readily.Owner and designer for local clothing company BailiwickI’ve been quite busy with Bailiwick. Last month, we partnered with Hook Hall and the Restaurant Association Metro Washington on a special T-shirt to help raise funds for local restaurant workers


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