The Pandemic and My Elbows

I feel like I owe my elbows an apology.  I never knew how much they could do.  Now I know I can push an elevator button with my elbows; open a car door; I’ve even removed an eyelash from my daughter’s eye with my elbows — and it’s not as easy as you may think to operate a pair of tweezers with your elbows.

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