Kim Holderness on “Going Back to Normal”

March 9th 2021

Most of my life I’ve functioned as the most extroverted of extroverts. (Even though I also need alone time to recharge.) Since quarantine began, whatever social muscle that is has atrophied and I don’t find myself wanting to see ANYONE. Perhaps ever again. I don’t even miss doing gigs in person; the very thing my life revolved around for the past 23 years.

I don’t necessarily understand it, but I am Kim Holderness on this one:

How I Really Feel About “Going Back to Normal” [3:19]:



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