30 women share things we take for granted but won’t after COVID-19.

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Lucy

“I don’t know how to phrase this, but just regular interaction with strangers I walk by. When I go for a walk, or to the grocery store I notice us all moving as far as possible away from anyone in our paths, which is good and the right thing, but it just feels sad to be so clearly physically avoiding people. Especially old people, it makes me sad.”

Jess

“I miss the movies?? And I hardly ever go to the movies but I love having it as an option.”

Keiran

“I miss going out for dinner! I am… not a good cook.”

Emma

“Toilet paper. But more broadly, not having to worry about not being able to find something I need on a supermarket shelf. How lucky are we… that is such a privilege.”

Claire

“When I moved here, far away from family, my mantra always was ‘they’re only a flight away’. And now… they’re not. I used to think my life is here now and I can’t spend all my…

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