Remember Restaurants?

R. J. Nello

A couple of weeks ago, I read a thoughtful article in The Atlantic on what the pandemic has done to casual relationships and interactions – meaning those we have beyond the ones with our significant other (if we are fortunate to have one) and family and close friendships:

[From Instagram.]

In the caption to the above Instagram post, the magazine adds:

“There are people on the outer periphery of my life for whom the concept of ‘keeping up’ makes little sense,” Amanda Mull writes. During the pandemic, “our affection for each other is in a period of suspended animation, alongside indoor dining and international travel. Sometimes we respond to each other’s Instagram Stories.”

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