This is the most random and maybe the most interesting question. Everyone that is working on the book 642 Things About Me at a minimum would be in the middle of answering the question what are they in the middle of.
The biggest things I have been in the middle of all day is writing. I posted three blog posts and finished a fourth that will be posted tomorrow on the blog I get paid to run. I also posted another blog post on the sister site to this that is partially based on prompts.
The specific post I wrote earlier is based on the prompt project #blogexodus. It is a two-week prompt project that precedes Passover. The creator of the project Rabbi Phyllis Sommer also runs another blog project called #blogelul that precedes the Jewish High Holidays of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.
In the past, people we not in the middle of something as much as they are now. It seems as if we are always in the middle of something. How often to do just take time to stop, relax and think.
We are always in the middle of something in this era. Even during our down times, most people are on their phones. We have a constant need to be in touch with everyone at all times.
Texting, checking email, looking at social media or taking a selfie to post to social media. We are always in the middle of something. Would society be better off if when someone says where are you in the middle of and we can truly answer nothing and mean it?