Our schools are closed. The farmers market is suspended. Spring sports are not happening. And our grocery stores have empty shelves.
Like many residents, I'm torn between enjoying the sun, or anxiously pacing around the house and getting teary eyed over the #SeattleWeGotThis hashtag on Twitter. The historians say we can cope by writing. So here goes.
Last December, I thought I had the flu. I was vaccinated in the fall, but still, with the feverish shivers and runny nose, I felt sick, and flu was the easiest microbe to blame. A... Read more