In a few years, I feel we will look back at these posts and giggle. That said, a few years is a LONG way out, and unfortunately I don't feel this is something that will be forgotten in a few months. Our lives/behaviors will be changed significantly for quite some time... Even when things begin to open back up, most will be cautious before returning to normal. I assume we will go out, but less often. Which means we will spend less, and many of those who 'weather the storm' may not make it six months from now.
There will also likely be a bit of a resurgence in the fall. Hopefully not enough to the extent that we have to shut everything down, but I'm sure there will be some degree of limits put in place, and caution will again put our local economy in a hurt. I don't see us really recovering from this funk until perhaps the end of next year. We really do need a widely adapted vaccine sooner, rather than later. Until then, it just won't be the same.
That said, I think this will also open opportunities for new players, new opportunities, and better perspective. I've always joked internally that so many of our perceived problems lately have been manufactured as a result of us not having any significant challenges in our way. I think COVID-19 got us out of that funk, and hopefully let us focus on true quality of life improvements instead of inventing hashtags for non-problems.
"He doesn't know how to use the three seashells..."