Making plans, defiantly, amid the chaos and madness

In the “new normal” that is America during the coronavirus pandemic, the act of making plans has taken on a complicated new meaning. People are craving structure amid the uncertainty and chaos, and for some, that means holding on to plans, both short-term and long-term, they had before the virus struck. Or it means making new plans _ for a summer wedding or a fall vacation. But how can one make plans when nobody knows how long the current situation will last?