This mode of communication is not siloed to the I fully intend to haunt people when I die I have a list black cat new 2021 shirt and I will buy this nighttime hours. Making a conservative estimate, I would guess that texting with my husband has gone up approximately 612% since we started spending basically 24 hours a day within 15 feet of each other. (According to my iPhone’s Screen Time analysis, I spend an average of 34 minutes a day texting, which is definitely more than I spend eating lunch.) Yes, we are among the millions working from home, doing everything from home because it’s 25 degrees out and the only external activity we have to punctuate the days is a walk down the block to occasionally take the kids to school.
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I’m not alone. A casual survey of my friends reveals that intra-family communication has taken a textual turn this past year. Some of this has been prompted by the I fully intend to haunt people when I die I have a list black cat new 2021 shirt and I will buy this need to quarantine within the house to prevent COVID-19 spread: Some friends texted their partners when their dirty dishes were stacked outside their door or they needed more Advil. One friend FaceTime-d with her kids from the other room during her entire 14-day quarantine—a bleak but poignant memory that her kids will doubtless hang on to from this strange and sorrowful time.