Social connection

We shouldn’t be “Social Distancing”

We should be physically distancing

And socially connecting

About Anna

Anna is a creative fiction writer, who is starting to reach out to the public through blogging and creating websites. She was adopted from China as a baby by an American mother along with her three other siblings, one of who died January 14, 2015. Up until the creation of this blog, she has mostly worked privately, not sharing her writing much. Now, however, she is looking forwards to one day being a published author. She has four (4) books written for her fantasy series and has recently started a new novel entitled "At Death's Door". All these novels are works in progress.
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2 Responses to Social connection

  1. 𝑹𝒐𝑩𝑰𝑵 🌋 says:

    Yes!!! Very well put! 😀 💙

    I’ve been more socially connected in the past week than before. But almost entirely physically disconnected from people, and permanently connected to my keyboard lol.

    It’s getting frustrating here to watch half-hearted measures being made. Like for example construction workers are allowed to work, and there’s been video in BBC News of examples of people standing really close together. So we have people calling for them to stay at home, too. There’s really no point in anything but total lockdown because of the contagiousness of the virus.

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    • agrishaw says:

      I agree with you. I think everything needs to be locked down “to flatten the curve.” Until we see results I don’t think anything should be opening. Everyone needs to be patient and do their part to stop the spread of the virus 🙂

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