Covid Gardening Story and Okra Recipe


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Covid Gardening Story and Okra Recipe

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I chose to focus on my garden and our chickens that we began right before the pandemic hit. I never realized how lucky I was to live in a rural environment until Spring 2020, when living in the country meant having a bit more freedom than in the city. Our garden and chickens provided us with foods that sometimes were out of stock in our small, local store. However, we also faced other things in our community that made the psychological aspects of the pandemic really hard, such as living with those who deny the reality of the disease and mitigation efforts that people like my husband promoted, as an ER physician. I suppose this story is a bit of a love letter to our little property out in the country, despite the differences in values that we have with our town.

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This item was submitted on August 6, 2021 by Ellie Cormack using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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