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A Year Later: 365 days in the Pandemic

Do you remember where you were when the world shut down?

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It’s been 365 days in the pandemic. I remember the last few days before our state shut down with vividness:

  • My son was working with a group of students to deliver breakfast to a local homeless shelter. It was canceled and a fellow student’s mother dropped off the food for them.




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Heather Jauquet

Heather Jauquet

Writer. Wife. Mom. Runner. Crocheter. Cancer patient in a pandemic.

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