When the governor’s stay-at-home order first issued back on March 20, many of us quickly settled into the whole “working remotely” concept, but were unsure how we’d spend all that extra time at home. I anticipated dredging up some long-lost interests while homebound, like whipping up that old family favorite, the tater tot casserole. (More accurately: my favorite, not so much the family’s). Perhaps I’d work in some new pursuits, like learning the difference between the raccoons and opossums in the backyard. They seem to …