Posted on March 26, 2020 at 7:29 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

We know many of you are practicing social distancing, if not quarantining yourselves.

It’s challenging, and our hearts go out to you — but if it makes you feel any better, author Ernest Hemingway faced the same challenge.

Except his took place in 1926, well before the technological advances that are surely keeping  many of us afloat …
… and his included his wife, his toddler son, his mistress, and the child’s nanny.

Read Town & Country’s account of the most awkward quarantine one can imagine and thank your lucky stars if you’re not in a similar pickle.

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