I Survived COVID-19 Testing

Photo by 🇨🇭 Claudio Schwarz | @purzlbaum on Unsplash

I think I’ve been feeling pretty cocky lately. Weeks have gone by since they issued the shelter-in-place order for my California county. I’ve stayed at home, thankful to have a job where I can work remotely, and while I’ve respected the rules: only essential trips outside, keeping a six-foot distance from others, washing my hands till they’re raw and cracked, and wearing a mask, I’ve…

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Champion of Strong Women | Seeker of truth, enlightenment, and avocado toast | Top Writer in Humor | Staunch defender of the Oxford Comma

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