The Summer of Subtle Goodbyes

Almost normal.

That’s what this summer feels like where I live here in Hamilton, Ontario.

The last time I wrote about COVID was in early May, 2020. Now, as then, I feel that documenting my anecdotal experience of life in a pandemic would be useful to someone down the road, amateur and professional historians alike.





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