The morning of December 27 looks different from my window: neither parents dropping off their kids, nor school buses. It seems earlier than it actually is.
I haven’t written here forever.
It doesn’t mean I don’t have thoughts. Let’s try to put them together.
As you know I try to monitor news, mostly Russian/Tomsk news.
Independent journalists, whom I watch on YouTube, talk about the lawlessness in the (Russian) army, when officers beat soldiers, about fires across the country, about speeches/statements by high-ranking officials.
My Tomsk/non-Tomsk friends and relatives are trying to live a normal life: they are working, preparing for the New Year holidays, for an increase in utility bills and public transport.
But, as one girl said, the news eventually “catches up” and scares with inadequacy and prohibitionsContinue reading “December 2022, Russia”