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5/10/20 – Kristen Crew Our one-year-old is just learning to walk. She smiles and loves it in her best attempt, but also wobbles, falls, and cries before she gets back up to try again. As her parent, it’s cute and a joy to see her grow and...

4/29/20 – Amber Reini “Flamingo, fun, flower, fire, flame, fly, frog, facts, flippin’, fish!” echoes in my mind each morning - something I had grown accustomed to yelling with my students as we prepared for the start of each school day. Now, rather than silly chants,...

4/23/20 –Rebekah Haile, Ed.S., NCSP – Licensed School Psychologist It’s well-known that COVID-19 is a respiratory virus causing dry coughing and shortness of breath. In the most serious cases, one’s ability to breathe independently is lost, becoming a matter of life and death without access to...

4/20/20 – John Arevalo Pulling out her phone from a plastic biohazard bag while drenched in sweat under PPE, Leah Arevalo (ICU Nurse at Georgetown Hospital) calls a patient’s daughter so that he and his family can have their evening FaceTime call. As his eyes glimmer...