A struggling Chicago actress lives in a building full of colorful characters.
how's life under lockdown for a University Student who is pulled back with your family?
Hello, my name is Madeleine Hordinski, I'm 22, and I live At Home with my parents and my 17-year-old sister in Cincinnati, Ohio.
20. March: I went on a social distancing walk with my friend, Krishna, Nelson, in my neighborhood, Walnut Hills. We don't have closer than six feet to the mile-long walk.
The distance between me and My Friends and me and my friend now has a hard on every case, really. My friend and I have actually been in a long distance relationship for almost Four Years , we go to school for Three Hours .Watch-Maddie-video-diary
the three of us Young Americans are asked, the chronicle, and their very different experiences of the pandemic.
And now, I'm home in Cincinnati, where he goes to school, and we're kind of in this weird close-distance relationship where we see each other more often, but it is out there and it is at a distance. And that's why I think it is really difficult to know, to hang out when we will actually be able to again.
29. March: We have new rules in Our House , because of the quarantine. As soon as I get home from work, I wash my clothes and I take a shower and disinfect exuberant, always.
I freelance for PBS, and I am, of A Story that examined how low-income Families are affected by the coronavirus. I've been to a homeless shelter and interact with the Families - I'll do anything I can to be as safe as possible
I participate in online courses, too, am still in school at Ohio University .
30. March: My Sister and I drove to Mt Adams today, as it was in the 60s (about 15C) - it is a neighborhood in Cincinnati with one of The Best views of the city centre, so we sat with the window down to enjoy The View .
With respect to coronavirus in Cincinnati, happens very much, recently, too. Just today, a number of employees in a positive coronavirus tested Children at the Cincinnati Hospital, which is I think shocking, but still very scary.
My Sister is missing having a Hard Time , to milestones, to stay your last year of High School , and trying to be motivated with all the classes moved online. "Sometimes it's feel heavy, not so lonely," she says.
I feel much more comfortable This Week will be placed under quarantine. Not as overwhelmed and exhausted as I've felt in The Past . But it is, of course, look really scary, how many people is it in the USA, as it is very much different state by state and city-by-city.
We watched Monsters, Inc. since we have four young neighbors.
13. April: My father is a professional musician, he writes and plays guitar for the people, and he also teaches at the University of Cincinnati sometimes. Now obviously all of that is online. He also has a recording studio opposite Our House , where he works, and he is always writing music.
you are working on sewing masks with the old curtains, clothes and rags. She plans to send The Masks to family and friends.
My perception of family has definitely changed since all of this started, because I think that I, more and more attention, how much I value my relationship with My Sister . We have done so much in common, such as running, dancing, cooking, so many things.
you know, that we still annoy each other, but Yes, it is much more time is been beautiful, with her.
It was incredible to see how nice people were to each other, and how inventive the people were. I loved to see how the musicians have walked down The Street to play songs for everyone, or the people have projected the films on the side of apartment buildings can have a whole apartment for A Movie to see together from the distance.
My little neighbor (lives on the Left Side of The Building ) with the name Matilda turned five years old and had an ocean-themed birthday with your family. So my friend owns a balloon company, brought about the sea-colored balloons For You .
I think that the people really come together in a way you haven't in a while, and it was really cool to see.
Produced by Hannah Long-Higgins and Robin Levinson King