We got this.

On the upside, it's a young and super healthy person so, according to the latest research, this shouldn't amount to anything more than feeling like crap for a few days. God willing. It also means that the rest of the family have to be tested and some members of our family are in high-risk categories.

The most at-risk members will most likely end up suffering for more than a few days on the couch. My immediate circle includes both so, there is some concern.

While most of my family, including myself, are pretty healthy; you still worry. You know?

After all, the rule book on this thing is still being written.

I feel fine but, can't be around others until my test results come back so; I'm working from home these days.

I had been doing a lot out of the studio anyway but, until I'm medically cleared, I have to stay away from the studios completely. So, I'm "on location" these days. (Which should lead to more funny stories like these.) Even today, I cracked up during one of my breaks when my dog farted. It was not only loud, it was rank.

I was able to step outside for a minute but, I'm not sure if the 3rd-degree sunburn was worth avoiding the stank. Rest assured though, come hell, highwater or dog flatulence, I'm not going to stop rocking you under any circumstances.

I'll let you know how things turn out but, in the meantime, here's my advice to you. While there's a lot of uncertainty regarding this virus, one thing they do know is that this s**t is airborne.

So, wear your damn mask!

All Lives Matter.

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