Something about the quarantine life unleashed a darkness in Helene Skantzikas. It insidiously snatched joy and plunged her into the depths of hopelessness. Nothing and everything has changed in her life in the last three months: she lives at home with her mother and her son. Same as before, but everything is different.
About Lynda Lin Grigsby
Lynda is a creative person, a wife, a mom, and half a CrossFit athlete. Just half because rope climbs suck. Despite the shiny veneer, the cracks in her identity make her marginally okay. Read more about Lynda at — of course — www.marginallyokay.com.
Entries by Lynda Lin Grigsby
On the second week of March, Tara Hurley and her family did something that now seems strange to our sequestered world: she walked into a restaurant, sat down, and ordered food to celebrate her birthday. The restaurant was The Cheesecake Factory, a natural choice for a family with little kids. The chain restaurant is heavy […]
If you ask me how I am feeling, I will tell you I am marginally okay. In the age of a modern day outbreak, I can’t tell you I am well or fine — those platitudes seem to describe a different, more carefree time before Coronavirus insidiously crept into all our heads. Slowly, freedom has […]