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2022 is not a new year

It is the third year of the Covid19 pandemics, and it feels like time has stopped in many ways while life goes on. I am thankful for the blessings of having a healthy family among so much death, sickness and suffering. In many ways, my life improved while many people faced the worst in their lives, losing their loved ones. It is impossible not to feel their pain too. I know I am not the only one wondering when this hell will have an end.

I got Covid for the first time this week. My toddler is the only one at home not vaccinated yet, but it is impossible to isolate when I am at home with…




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