Salvaging Our Fragile Lives Under a Snow-Scoured Earth
Part 5: Found family
Here’s a link to earlier parts if you missed them.
As I collided with the snowbank, it felt as though I’d fallen from the sky.
The searing pain I felt was neither hot nor cold but a kind of forlorn loneliness, an amputation. It scoured away at my aloofness, my sardonic standoffishness…