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So a return to something approaching normalcy does not appear imminent. Thus we lurch along, watching the numbers grow, trying to stay safe, trying to get a shot, or not, and we wonder when, if ever, the good old days will return.
By Jeff Mullin
The occasion was Enid Lights Up the Plains, downtown Enid’s annual post-Thanksgiving kickoff to the Christmas season, replete with parade, lig…
Our numbers will be few, our greetings will be air hugs and elbow bumps, and we will connect as best we can with family members who live outside our four walls. It will be a virtual feast, but how exactly do you Zoom giblets, I ask you?
Mullin received the recognition for three columns: “A trip to the grocery store: Stranger in a strange land” from Jan. 6, 2019, “Time plays no favorites, even with free kittens” from Oct. 27, 2019, and “We take our Air Force brothers, sisters for granted” from Dec. 1, 2019.
The Roaring ‘20s were a period of sweeping social and political change. Don’t look for the Tweeting ‘20s to be any different.