A million confirmed cases of coronavirus across the world. One million people infected by this strand of RNA that hijacks cells and starts to copy itself. A grim, symbolic number that is in all likelihood only the flake of snow atop the iceberg. The confirmed cases leave out the majority of people who do not … Continue reading The Coronavirus Containment Dispatches: Day 17
I’ll take acceptance over anger and depression.
How would I be quarantining if I didn't have kids?
I need to have some sort of control on some aspect of my life in order to get through this thing.
The antibiotics are working. My headache has receded some and my throat no longer pinches in agony when I swallow. The fatigue is manageable and I fought it on day 13 of the coronavirus containment. Hope is back. Hope that I didn’t have covid-19 or that if did it I was one of the people … Continue reading The Coronavirus Containment Dispatches: Day 13