The sun is gently bright and the air is warm, but not warm enough to make my mask uncomfortable, as we walk along the park.
But the unease mixed with a little bit of discouragement I woke with this morning still hasn't left me, and constantly having to monitor the people around me, how close they are, whether they're wearing masks or not, isn't helping, so I walk in silence for a couple blocks.
"Is there anything you want to talk about or...?" Katie asks helpfully.
"I'm still kind of sad and anxious right now, and I'm trying not to make it anybody else's problem," I tell her.