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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Non-Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic


In todays word everyone was forced to make drastic decisions. Whether they liked it or not. Nobody should have to make drastic changes in their life with a blink of an eye. One day it was a normal day. I went to school and did what I normally did. Lucky for me I only had one class throughout the whole day. That was hairstyling. The day went about normal and I was glad for it. Automatically the next day it justy changed. Like someone snapping there fingers I was to stay home from school and not return. Like most people I was happy about it because who likes school. I soon came to the realization that this would not be like no summer vacation and definatly not a walk in the park. This was world changing not just for me but for everyone. Many people were in the same situation as me. I realized that with schools shutting down across the world and countries closing there would be no vacations. This would all include graduating. This was my finally year of high school before I went off on my own to collage. The finally year of me walking across the stage getting my diploma and haveing fun with my friends and family celebrating our graduation. As I stayed home from school with my siblings I realized school was a gettaway for me to have a break from the chaotic of my house hold. Waking up every morning to hear shouting and arguing of my younger siblings was not the ideal stay at home schooling. It was infact the opposite. How can you possibly be staying at home through this covid-19 and continue studying if all you hear is argueing. There was no spot were I could work to get some work complete. Then the biggest idea came to me. If I could convince my parents to take us all to our cabin I could finally have the peace and quiet I would need to get my work done. Of course on the news we heard it was not the best idea to go to the cottages during the covid-19. This was a serious matter. How were we suppose to get grocerys and supplies to get through this. It was difficult and I could only imagine what everyone was going through. We all had our own worries but the one were everyone had the same worry was about the covid-19 and what was going to happen next.


Submitted: April 28, 2020

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