Despite the Wrenches: As 2021 Crawls to a Close, Acknowledging Reality But Digging for Appreciation

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I don’t know about you, but I’m finding it hard to feel optimism over this last month. There’s the expected change that comes with the rain and cold. There’s Omicron. There’s my own body, which was “boosted” last Friday, while I was dealing with what was either a cold-sinus situation or Omicron or whatever we want to call…

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Jonah Hall

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Writing. Poetry. Personal Essays. On the NBA, MLB, media, journalism, culture, teaching and humor.

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