Adjusting to Some Sort of Normal

This third week of being on quarantine has honestly flown by faster than the previous two.

Whereas the first two weeks were filled primarily with sadness, I’ve moved towards a more mellow, consistent mood. I don’t go through the same moments of excitement that I did go through about looking forward to something that is no longer feasible. I am slowly spending less time reminiscing (although I don’t think…

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