Two Cars, a Beach & FaceTime

Not seeing my mother during the pandemic is excruciating.

I want to hug and kiss her, but she’s not in my quarantine pod. And if I had Covid-19 unknowingly, I couldn’t bear the thought of infecting Mom, especially since she is nearing 90. We were good about keeping socially distant in the summer and fall, but now that…

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Writer. Creative. Thinker. Humorist. Author of POUND RIDGE PAST, contributor to HuffPost + “Bonni Brodnick Blog” -ger (bonnibrodnick.com). Proud Stroke Survivor

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Bonni Brodnick

Bonni Brodnick

Writer. Creative. Thinker. Humorist. Author of POUND RIDGE PAST, contributor to HuffPost + “Bonni Brodnick Blog” -ger (bonnibrodnick.com). Proud Stroke Survivor

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