Do People Still Have Zoom Parties?

A young millennial just misses her friends

Photo by Gabriel Benois on Unsplash

When the pandemic first hit in March 2020, I received an overwhelming amount of invites from friends near and far to have Zoom parties. At first, it was a really good opportunity to reconnect and “see” friends that I had not spoken to in years. These Zoom hangouts got me through those early days of the pandemic when I felt so lost…

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Formerly Viola Altiste. Canadian writer who happens to be a violist in a symphony orchestra. All opinions are my own. Twitter: @violageena

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Formerly Viola Altiste. Canadian writer who happens to be a violist in a symphony orchestra. All opinions are my own. Twitter: @violageena

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