“Living Behind Walls” There’s not a lot I can say about the past couple of weeks. They’ve been chaotic and exhausting. But A deserves his privacy and I’m sure he thinks we are ludicrous and logic-free, so I won’t be getting into details. I do want to say something about living in a town that … Continue reading 114. Living Behind Walls
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