I usually walk around my neighborhood at least once a day for exercise, and I began noticing all these stuffed animals in the windows of homes along my route. My daughter Laura explained it to me, saying families were putting them out for viewing to create a socially-distant-friendly type of scavenger hunt for all the kids in the neighborhood as they walked with their parents each day to combat Coronavirus-induced cabin fever. So, we hopped on the band wagon and put out her little pink bear, nicknamed Pink Bear, that I bought for her in the hospital gift shop when she was born. In some ways, it captures the loneliness and isolation that people are feeling these days.
You know I'm bored when I spent 30 minutes photographing a teddy bear in our picture window.