I remember thinking, with all the considerable certainty that a fifteen-year-old can muster, that if this doesn’t change us, nothing will.
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Decrying my job seems particularly ironic as a virtual teacher.
I never thought I would need to make an explicit rule banning headlocks, but you guys proved me wrong.
But if you manage to complete this step, you’re pre-qualified. You’ve qualified to see if you qualify.
The way that people come together for a prolonged moment around music is kind of bizarre.
Our days at the beach are grounding, measured by low tides and the direction of the waves.
I know that keeping plants alive and being tidy aren’t moral achievements, but sometimes I let myself feel that way.
It all came so much easier to my pigeon-toed feet than walking ever will.
If I retire to my room early, it’s hard not to feel a twinge of guilt.
I can’t explain, even to myself, why I’ve taken such pains to keep one previous owner’s “Streaky Bay Parish Announcer” bulletin from December ’65 in its proper page.