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Thoughts from a former homeschooler
People have started to rethink homeschooling since the pandemic. The hybrid and online learning practices that were incorporated led parents and guardians to spend more time during the school day helping their children learn.
Breakfast with Dad
My dad and I are the morning people in our family. Everyone else is a night owl. When I wake up, I'm ready to go. I can sing in the morning without having to go through much of a "wake myself up," routine. I can belt out the song "I'm a morning person." (Warning: If you click this link, this song will be stuck in your head for the rest of the day.)
What Can I do?
"Who you are now, becomes who you were then. And that becomes 'Remember when?'" When I look back, I wonder what I will tell people about the pandemic. How will I think about it twenty years from now? What stories will define me? What actions I will be proud of?
She filled people with happiness
When I was in college, I had friends who lived in a little apartment less than half a mile from my dorm. They had four cats, and aside from Basil, who was not your typical cat, I didn't particularly care. Growing up, I'd never had a cat because of my mom's allergies. I don't understand cats. I'm always left asking, "What do you want from me?"
We Need Both
Warning: The following contains spoilers for Avengers: Endgame and potentially any Marvel films from before it. One of the hardest movies for me to watch is Captain America: Civil War. It's a movie where I feel obligated to pick a side. But I love heroes on both sides. I love Captain America and Iron Man.