Walking your dog, soaking in the beauty of cherry blossoms and feeling grateful in the time of coronavirus
Though I have had fleeting moments of fear, panic, shock and anger as we hunker down in our home, mostly I feel gratitude. I recently moved from New York City, now in a state of emergency, to Arlington, Virginia—a nice, clean and relatively low-density suburb of Washington, DC. I am grateful that I am not suddenly without a job, though no one knows what the long-term holds. So far, no one in the family is showing symptoms of Covid-19. I am in an apartment with food, excellent internet, close to a thousand books, and living with someone I actually like, not just love. And I am incredibly thankful to my dog, Coal, who sees the world no differently post-Covid-19.
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