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I Live in a Windmill

And I have to make peace with the wind

Photo: George W Johnson / Getty Images

When Covid-19 hit, I was living in a city in the north of England. It was a great city, with lively bars and clubs and restaurants, along with wonderful music venues, museums, and galleries. But during shutdown, everything closed. And a city with everything closed becomes a concrete prison.




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Ruth Livingstone

Ruth Livingstone

I was an NHS GP for 25 years. Studied creative writing at Birkbeck University. Now walking around the British coastline in very slow stages.

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