May 1, 2020

 At some point I will say, “I remember that week.”  On a Wednesday I stood at “meet the team night” at my daughter’s high school while we recognized all of the Spring sports teams.  That day I had learned that the college where I am an associate professor made the decision to go to completely online for class learning for a three-week span.  I sat in the stands and listened to all of the names of the Spring athletes be called and there was joy, as there always is when you see your child and their friends be recognized. 

Yes, there was a joy, but it was shadowed by my healthcare professoriate identity that knew the decisions at the higher education level would very quickly trickle down to impact high school students.  Two days later my daughter walked in the door and poignantly said, “I wonder if that is the last day that I will have class at my high school.”  It hit me like a brick.  I had not taken a picture of her when she walked out of the door in the morning.  I coul...

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