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The Tiny Joys Of Quarantine

The coronavirus pandemic presents two choices: Mourn what you don’t have or count your many blessings

This pandemic has broken me. Before the coronavirus forced me to self-quarantine I was a big picture man but now all I care about are the little things. I have never been a “stop and smell the roses” type of dude but I went on a walk around my…




by John DeVore

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