Our Quarantine Puppy

By Anna Only about a day into quarantine, we had our eyes set on an adorable puppy who was up for adoption, “Georgie.” The last couple days had been horrible – school was canceled, sports abruptly ended, and we weren’t able to see our friends. The only silver lining in sight was the prospect ofContinue reading “Our Quarantine Puppy”

When a Sibling Leaves for College

By Sarah College. The famous word that stirs a whirlwind of emotions. The place that millions of young adults in the US flock to in the fall. The place known for its lectures, dorms, and newfound independence. The place that’s a blessing and a privilege to attend. As high schoolers, we are constantly reminded ofContinue reading “When a Sibling Leaves for College”

Staying on Track as Life Moves Virtual

By Anna Ever since school went online and I have had to spend the majority of my time at home, simple tasks have become harder and harder. Focusing on one activity has become more of a challenge than before. Although I’ve learned to adapt to this state of “unmotivation,” I still continue to slip upContinue reading “Staying on Track as Life Moves Virtual”

Finding the Positive in Difficult Times

By Anna Two weeks ago, I was sitting and watching the news when I felt very down. As art is one of my favorite pastimes, I decided to lift my spirits by drawing something uplifting in our driveway. I looked through the multiple chalk colors, and eventually came up with a decision of what IContinue reading “Finding the Positive in Difficult Times”