Yesterday I went to pick up a custom framed needlework that's meant as a birthday gift for my BFF (next week). It's a national chain craft store - on the non-essential list due to close that evening for 3 weeks. Social distancing marks on the floor at checkout, clear plastic sheets hanging from ceiling to separate the cashier and the customer (a little blurry to look through, but okay). While I was at the counter, the phone rang. The store manager took the call and then announced the store would remain open. My cashier was clearly rattled. "And we're an essential business how?" she said. I guess so all us crafters have something to do. I do have to crank up my 20-year-old truck and drive it a few miles every few days or it won't start. So I run "essential" errands twice a week - mostly by the post office to drop off bill payments. A local gas station / car wash has started offering full service fill-ups so folks don't have to get out of their cars.