We’ve come to know the standard types of hardships during the coronavirus. This is not a story of those hardships. These are something different. How many countless stories like this are out there? Far too many, I’m afraid.
No “living in an airport” story can come across my radar without stirring up memories of this classic story from Michael Paterniti. In its own way, it’s a story that speaks to our current moment, of nowhere to go yet the world seemingly at your fingertips.