Musings on the present time

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“Are you writing?” he asked. “No,” I said.

No, I’m not writing. Not even now, not even during these unprecedented (to use a ridiculously over-used word) times.

I’m not writing. Even though I follow my poor daughter around the house beseeching her to document this moment. “You’re a filmmaker!” I say. “This is historic!” I say.

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