Your Worst Fear

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What is your worst fear? What would be the worst thing that could happen to you? The one thing you would want to avoid at all costs? Ending up in hospital with coronavirus or cancer or some worse disease? Having a cop put his knee on your neck for 8 minutes and 46 seconds? Losing … Continue reading Your Worst Fear

Coronavirus Conspiracies and My Mother

My mother thinks the coronavirus is a global conspiracy meant to 1) kill off people (because there are too many of us around) and 2) enable those who unleashed it to profit from it and “rearrange the global order”. I tell her the numbers. I tell her that people are really dying, that this virus … Continue reading Coronavirus Conspiracies and My Mother

The Perks of Not Leaving Your House All That Much

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COVID-19 has changed many lives in the last few months, but not mine. As a freelance writer working from home, I don’t have to leave my house to earn a living. As for social interactions, my reclusive nature usually keeps me at a polite distance from most people save for family and a few friends. … Continue reading The Perks of Not Leaving Your House All That Much