Finding balance in the second half of life

Life in the Time of Coronavirus (Week 10)

In Uncategorized on May 26, 2020 at 12:23 pm

This is how four writers pass the time (and stay connected) during their isolation. We realize we’ve slipped a bit from stories into conversation in 6-word increments; we’re giving ourselves grace given the circumstance. Join us by adding your 6-word stories in the comments.

Bodhi doesn’t get “last treat” concept.
Morels! Daily walk just got slower.
Six-word stories: are we done?
Clean hands, full mask, can’t lose!
Thinking “permeable bubble” seems like oxymoron.
Either it’s popped or it’s not.
Shaved my legs. Feel inordinately accomplished.
Coffee-making is increasingly complex ritual.
Hating: ‘uncertain times’ and ‘new normal.’
My phone: ‘you are walking less.’
Me: ‘you are talking too much.’
New family member: Perfect, blissed-out boy!
Laundry day again! Time slouches on.
Family reunion would have been today.
Bajillionth batch of quarantine granola baked.
Washed windows for sheltering in (forever?).
Friends get bees; me, a clothesline.
“Do something,” I say. Every morning.
Have just organized my cookie cutters.
In Minecraft, she creates the world.
Does it have human capital stock?

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