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Observations from V-Day

A year and two weeks after first sequestering at home to avoid the sinister Covid-19 virus, I found myself inside CVS, lining up for a vaccine that I didn’t want but couldn’t avoid. I followed the footprint signs on the floor ’round and ’round the store aisles, like a rat eagerly racing through a maze to get the treat. I...

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Fragile existence

Charlotte didn’t consume her old web or rebuild a new web last night. This disturbs me because I’m convinced she went to bed hungry. At nightfall, there was not much more than a tiny nat or two trapped on the sticky strands of her dilapetated web. A web which had taken a substantial beating throughout the day and was literally...

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