Something to think about
It’s been interesting to watch able-bodied people learn how to cope with isolation, something us house and bedbound people have been dealing with for years. I’d be lying if I didn’t admit that it makes me want to shout from the rooftops, “See, this is how it feels to live in a cage.” I don’t though, because that would likely be frowned upon and I like to stay peaceful, so I retreat to my happy place. Self-isolating for me is nothing new, nor typically intentional, but it’s my life. Just like able-bodied people don’t like being stuck at home, I never wanted it either so I can relate to their angst. Interestingly though, now that able-bodied people have shifted over to my housebound-seat for the time being, I have shifted over another seat myself.
You might think, oh well you were already at home, what’s the difference. While the differences…
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