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All she wanted was to go to her dad. 

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Her mother was usually as stoic as her dad, but now she sank into Karen’s arms, the bulky sack between them pushed what felt like a shoebox into their thighs. And then, Karen could no longer hold her tears back. “I know this is hard for you, honey,” her mother said. 

There are many futures.

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It wasn’t the virus that destroyed us, it was the reaching out for help, just the thought of it was enough.