Held Captive

Being locked in (and in some cases locked out) during the last 18 months has infuriated many of us to a greater or lesser degree.

Some felt the need to be docked on where help was readily available.

Others found their support in a linkage with others.

A helping hand is needed and the price should be reachable.

In this way, we are always covered – behatted as this magnolia bud is.

Which is a fitting conclusion because behüted in German literally means to be sheltered and protected.

Lost in Translation: Thursday’s Special in September

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