I've just discovered "To the Lake" on Netflix. Really awesome, although the plot is a bit far-fetched: during a flu-like deadly outbreak in Moscow, two families-and-a-half that hate each other's guts flee together to Karelia.
It's pretty thrilling, and quite ominous, given that it was shot before the pandemic. But, after 2020, the sheer thought of people avoiding a plague like the plague just isn't convincing any more
|Originally posted by Teezdalien |
Just got myself an e-scooter to get around on. It's sick!
Hah, I'd totally rock one of these on campus.
|Originally posted by Zoso |
Hope everything improves for you, Lira.
Thanks. I've mentioned to a few TAs on Facebook that it's been bittersweet: on the one hand, my mother-in-law had to be hospitalised, and my wife is with her in the COVID ward because of the language barrier. On the other hand, she's been making a steady progress and it seems my wife has successfully dodged the virus so far.
The doctors say she should be okay in a couple of weeks or so. She's responding well to the treatment
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