I’m not going to call this stress cause that’s basic.

I’m not saying my life has no meaning, I’m just saying that having school canceled for 13 days can make you feel like your life has no purpose. Especially when you’re a fifteen year old with no job, cooped up in a five room apartment for seven hours. I really don’t blame Snow White and Rapunzel for excessively cleaning. The other day I vacuumed the living room and mopped the floors. Why is this a thing? Why do we clean when were bored? Also, my school’s attempt at making all the classes virtual, is ineffective, do they really expect 1,000 teenagers to do work by choice??? I mean I will, but I speak for myself.

In short, I clean now and my school situation sucks.

Over the summer, the school district put 37 million dollars into moving all students and teachers to a new school building along with reconstructing the building. Now, they were very unorganized moving us, and they’re not even close to being done, they didn’t finish running all the tests before school started and just last(two weeks into children and adults using the building) week they finished running the tests and check ups. And guess what? They found asbestos. So they canceled school for two days, only to notify us that we can’t use the school building at all. So what does this mean? That’s right, they’re going around begging churches and rec centers to let us teach in “remote spaces.” They said that this should only last till January. So…my school sucks. As of right now, us students and teachers are just sitting around doing what we can through Infinite campus and Canvas. But imma be honest, this online school got me fucked up. I need a teacher to tell me what the hell is going on in Geometry. I’m L-O-S-T.

Published by lornamusings

I write here when I delete all my social media and pretend I don’t exist. I’m a teenager who used to live on a beautiful farm by a creek tucked into the sweet aroma of Concord grapes. Now I live in a 15 story apartment complex above a dog park in Philadelphia.

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