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With the nights at their longest and the weather at its bleakest, winter is in full force for those of us in the northern hemisphere. After the hubbub of the holiday season – even if our celebrations were a little different this year – it’s tempting to hunker down and wait for spring to brighten our moods before we think about socialising out and about. This year, perhaps more so than any we have experienced before, that retreat indoors has coincided with an increase in Covid-19 restrictions, meaning that for many across Europe and the US the decision isn’t optional.
For the hopeless romantic, love is the pulse of life—the most intoxicating rush of all. Hopeless romantics live for sparks and butterflies in their bellies, often dreaming of fateful encounters and wedding vows that land like poetry.
In a scene similar to Tuesday evening, more long lines wrapped around The Lotto Store in Primm again on Wednesday with thousands of hopefuls buying tickets to a multi-million dollar lottery jackpot. But unlike previous occasions when crowds visited the lottery ticket vendor just across the state line in California, many players were there for more than the money.
"I worry that I’ll be single forever," says Laura*, bluntly. "I’ve never known what it’s like to see myself long-term with someone. To be like, 'Yes! I want to be with this person and they want to be with me'."
Hey man, I’m spending Christmas with my father. We don’t have the best relationship, but how can I make it work?
While it may not be an ordinary Christmas this year, many across the UK are as usual planning to spend the festive season celebrating with their extended family members.