back. :-) I was on a much-needed vacation with the family. We traveled
to a house at the beach that we'd rented a year ago and made payments
on. We used an abundance of caution while we drove there,. While we were
there, the state we were in was added to my home state's "hotspot
list." My employer's guidelines insisted on a Covid test. I had it
done. I'm negative.
FYI, they are using a new type of test that is self-administered, and from everything I've heard of the old test, is much less uncomfortable. (In case any of you need to be tested.) It was done in the drive-thru at a RiteAid pharmacy.
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This snippet is from Emmily, Unbound, an SFR story. To read a compilation of all snippets posted for this story, click Here: Emmily Unbound, Chapters 1 & 2 Emmily, the main character, has lost pretty much everything in the last twelve months: her marriage, her parents, her job, and her house. She and her dog, Murphy, have moved to the mountains of Pennsylvania into an old, remote, hunting camp her parents willed to her. On her first day there, along a desolate road she's been forced at gunpoint to haul a wounded man to her house.
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