The art of gardens, plants, flowers
At first, it sounded like incarceration — locked down — and a deadly one at that, with the terrifying injunction to stay at home to save lives. The very real implications were too hard to ignore, not just the headlines and the uncertainty, but the rising levels of anxiety as real as the sound of the sirens
that punctured the eerie silence hanging over our empty suburban streets. It was weird and unsettling. Touching was verboten, grandparents were sent into exile.
Daily death tolls doubled and, with them, our sense of mortality.
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