At the beginning of COVID-19, Rachael’s isolation didn’t seem anything new but, several months in, things have changed
Earlier this year I smugly painted a picture of Rachael riding the waves of the COVID-19 sea with the surface reflecting her sparkling mood and chaos-riding machismo. I argued then that she has spent a lifetime in a form of isolation anyway so lockdown made little difference.
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