The Pandemic in Six-Word Memoirs
“The world has never felt smaller.”
Natalie E. Dean, PhD
, "The Pandemic in Six-Word Memoirs." Selected favorites: "Every day’s a bad hair day." - Leigh Giza "Hallway hike, bathtub swim, Pandora concert." - Susan Evind "Numbers rise, but sun does too." - Paloma Lenz
The New York Times
In Opinion "Bad time for an open marriage." "Social distancing myself from the fridge." "Dream of: heat, limbs, crowds, concerts." Larry Smith asked people to make sense of this moment in six words.
“The world has never felt smaller” -- The Pandemic in Six Word Memoirs
The Pandemic in Six-Word Memoirs: “The world has never felt smaller.”