THIS is where I live see the red? THE BIGGEST AREA OF RED? That’s my neighborhood. We’re settled into PA with some family shopping, cooking, trying to act as normal as possible meanwhile my insides are all tight and awkward, making me feel like I’m going to puke at any moment. It’s like one big waiting game. I’m watching the news (which I’m sure is not helping with the sick feeling) and they are saying how trucks are going through my neighborhood with loud speakers telling people to get out. This is surreal, this is NYC, this doesn’t happen here we deal with another type of terror, a type that the fear you come to settle with eventually as you bravely use public transpertation, this is completely different, this is nature and it’s scaring the shit out of me. 

THIS is where I live see the red? THE BIGGEST AREA OF RED? That’s my neighborhood. We’re settled into PA with some family shopping, cooking, trying to act as normal as possible meanwhile my insides are all tight and awkward, making me feel like I’m going to puke at any moment. It’s like one big waiting game. I’m watching the news (which I’m sure is not helping with the sick feeling) and they are saying how trucks are going through my neighborhood with loud speakers telling people to get out. This is surreal, this is NYC, this doesn’t happen here we deal with another type of terror, a type that the fear you come to settle with eventually as you bravely use public transpertation, this is completely different, this is nature and it’s scaring the shit out of me. 

Kirby Costa Campos