Christmas in Cochrane, 2020


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Christmas in Cochrane, 2020

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This file contains both a photo and a text story to accompany it, it's mainly just my thoughts surrounding the holidays in the pandemic, firstly with what I did, what my previous Christmases were like, and my family's reasoning with staying home and abiding with quarantine restrictions in opposition to the many other examples of people breaking these restrictions for the sake of family. I think it's important mainly, because the pandmic has redefined, or put a new emphasis on familial love - do we love our family by choosing to stay home during a deadly pandemic? Or do we love them by breaking restrictions to visit them during said pandemic.

Submitted for HST 580's first assignment at Arizona State University, Pandemic Prompt: Holiday's.

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This item was submitted on January 12, 2021 by Padraic Harold Cohen using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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