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Christmas Plays and Covid

The New Reality of Life in a Small English Village

Photo by JB Miller

It's that time of year again. All the children are in their costumes doing their Christmas plays; unfortunately, many schools do them without an audience.

Our school, located in a small village in England, allows parents to attend however there are restrictions. Normally, you would find parents squeezed in…




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J.B. Miller

J.B. Miller

Wife, Mother, student, writer and so much more. Life is my passion, writing is my addiction.

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