The 2020 elections are this year. Does this mean we are just going to sit around because no one “inspires us” to do so? I hope not. Young adults, ages 18-29, care about different things than the older generations. Young voters care about gun control, climate change, health care equality, student debt, immigration, and stabilizing … Continue reading Why vote, if your voice isn’t heard?
Today is Friday April 3, 2020. It has been a very scary few weeks. Our school got shut down until April 31st… But that will probably be longer. I hope that we can go back to school sometime soon. The number today is 1,033,478. Connecticut can only test about 20 tests in a day. Which … Continue reading A Bundle of Thoughts
Today has been a boring day. School from home can be boring sometimes when you don’t have any friends to talk with. I got chicken eggs that I am going to take care of for the next 3 weeks or so, but then Lillian is getting chicks to keep, which I am excited for but … Continue reading Bored at home
“On your marks,” I ran up to the line and then the gun went off… I sprinted out of the line of about 11 girls, we were all like predators trying to be the first one to get prey. I was so nervous. I put one foot in front of another, knowing that if I … Continue reading Makin’ Tracks