1. washingtonpostEli Saslow10/10/208 min
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    • Alexa3 years ago

      whoa. i just talked to a buddy who had it race through her family too, lost her g-ma and another relative. wretched.

      • Karenz3 years ago

        This is SO sad. I understand his guilt but his drive to get together with family is so normal. This could’ve happened to me after I watched a Steeler’s game at Buffalo Wild Wings because it wasn’t broadcast on my TV. If I got myself or my husband or anyone sick because I sat at the bar while awaiting a “safer” table, I would’ve been devastated. It’s unbelievable how Covid takes out whole families and bypasses others like a tornado thru a town. Very powerful and sobering.

        • Alexa3 years ago

          omg, RIGHT. I feel that totally. The balance between craving personal connection and IRL time with the people I love and being safe is hard. I have a few time gone in for a hug after not seeing a friend in person for a year and had to apologize "crap, omg I'm sorry I just missed you". so surreal

    • SEnkey3 years ago

      What is hard here is that this could've been a lot of people. Even people who are taking the virus very seriously can have it rip through their families and communities.

    • sjwoo3 years ago

      Actions have consequences.

    • Florian3 years ago

      Small decisions with a huge impact. I feel like a lot of people out there need to read this. But then again... the people I’m thinking about probably don’t read to begin with. sigh

    • jbuchana3 years ago

      Wow, this is powerful. Very sad.

    • Pegeen
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      3 years ago

      Wow! What a story. Guilt seems a terminal dis-ease. This is really heavy.