One Year in Quarantine

Rail commuters wearing masks during the 1918 flu pandemic

Do you remember we were standing here a year ago?
Our minds were racing and time went slow
If there was trouble in the world we didn’t know
If we had a care, it didn’t show
But now I worry our horizon’s bear nothing new
‘Cause I get this feeling and maybe you get it, too
We’re on a rollercoaster stuck on its loop-de-loop
‘Cause what we did one day on a whim
Has slowly become all we do

Tame Impala – One More Year: A song that’s ostensibly not about COVID-19 but might as well be.

It’s been a year since the COVID-19 pandemic hit North America and destabilized the notion of “normal” life. And the ensuing year is a strange one to look back on.

In one sense, it feels as though nothing of note happened from March 2020 until now. But in reviewing my blog archives, that doesn’t seem to be the case. Here’s a short review.

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