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When You Can Finally Go to Dinner and a Movie Without a Mask

Businesses are reopening in Eugene, OR

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Beginning March 12th, 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic brought our normal lives to a halt, including local dining and entertainment. We couldn’t go out to our favorite restaurant, and a movie theater was out of the question. We had to practice physical distancing…

Stories about life, relationships, writing, poetry, and finding gratitude in the most unusual places.

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Michelle Marie Warner

Michelle Marie Warner

Grateful single mama writer with a plethora of passions. Keen observer with an eye for editing. She/her. Let’s connect. michellewarner718@gmail.com

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