The Days Before


I was about to unfollow this blog after reading such a boring post but gave myself a minute to think. Damnit! she’s talking about how “pandemic” struck and changed our lives for good. I think I am having unnecessary urge to cut on my reading sources.

Stories I've Never Told...

On the Wednesday I met my manager for a quick meeting at a coffee house. The place was crowded, but we found some seats near the windows. We pulled out our laptops and talked business.

On the Thursday I went to work at the largest university in my territory. I met with five separate professors in their offices and shook all their hands both when I arrived and when I left.

On the Friday I visited a college. I met with three more professors. I had a short break in my day when I grabbed lunch in the crowded cafeteria, cutting my own pizza, then handing the cutter directly to the girl waiting in line behind me. I sat at a table with several students, so close I could hear their laptops. Then I had coffee with a professor and hugged her goodbye.

That evening I went to a pub…

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