Confessions of a Toxic Optimist

Your friend will probably never call you out on it.

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“Zoom call tonight?”, I asked Ashley. “Update me on your life!” It had been two months since we were officially locked inside our homes for what would be the world’s longest national quarantine. Why I thought she might’ve had any significant life changes, I really don’t know.

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