How I Survived Covid 19

I Am One of the Lucky Ones

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Last Friday I went with my wife and some friends to our local Royal Canadian legion for some drinks and snacks. I felt pretty good and was happy to get out. We hadn’t been out for quite some time. It felt good to see old friends and have a drink.

Little did I know that this night out would be hellish a few days later. On Monday morning both my wife and…

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Brian Lamacraft

Brian Lamacraft

Brian is an online writer and blogger. In his spare time, he plays guitar and goes camping. Visit him at : https://www.lamacraftwritingservices.com/

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