CREATIVITY DURING COVID
More of Our Canada|May 2021
How I ‘brought a young girl to life’ during quarantine
Charlotte Sloan

I brought a little girl to life during COVID-19. I really did! But it’s not a medical miracle as you may assume. No, quite dfferent from that. Let me explain.

On March 7, 2020, my plane touched down at Edmonton International Airport. Mexico had been warm and bright and I carried high hopes of cheerfully finishing out the winter with lots of stored up vitamin D and colorful memories from the sunny south.

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