Social Distance Thoughts #2

Listening to 1D songs and drowning in depression while waiting to hear from university housing.

If you’ve been following for a while, you’ll know I’ve been homeless for almost 2 years now and going to uni was my real chance to get out of the shelter and have my cat back. Today they sent out an email requesting students to leave. They said there’s exceptions for homeless students, so I emailed and am waiting to hear back.

Been texting a friend about The Good Place and the coronavirus. I feel like a terrible friend for freaking out so much when we’re all freaking out. I also hate that Netflix doesn’t have season 4 ready yet. Can’t they release episodes once at a time? 

 I do know one person who’s vulnerable, she’s an on-off teacher that was working in a childcare program when the pandemic hit. I’ve been checking in with her, she’s sheltered in place. She’s never liked staying home and is eagerly anticipating things returning to normal.

 It’s hard for everyone, but knowing that it’s keeping her and good people like her safe takes some of the anxiety away.  I also read a story about a young person who got infected and died, he was posthumously diagnosed with leukemia. I did see it on twitter, so believe it or not, but I’d like to think that isolating has meaning. beyond making my life worse. 

Looks like someone called a Residence Service Coordinator is supposed to help.

 Someone knows someone in Philly, where the university owns some apartments they sent their students to. I would hope that I’d have heard if my uni has apartments, but I also hope they have a place I can stay. I don’t know what’s going to happen.

I hope all of you are doing well, and reading much more than I am! Due to my cat and internet addiction, I’ve only read two chapters this week. Maybe I should change books, but I’m already halfway.

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Published by TanyX Goffy

I am an author, poet, and playwright. My current WIPs are a doppelganger Dark Academia and sad vampires. I blog about YA LGBTQIAP+ books, with the occasional straight person book for diversity. They/them Wishlist:

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