Daisies All Over My Face.

EGrattan. April 6, 2020.

I’m not going to lie to you and tell you that wearing this was easy. It wasn’t. It was hard for many nuanced reasons. Most of which come down to privilege and just the sheer stress of where we actually are in this pandemic.

In many cultures, wearing a mask when one is ill or may have a slight cough is a norm. It’s a sign of respect to others.

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