Times are tough, but our kids are tougher.
Local nonprofit Mighty Writers asked these kids to put down on paper their thoughts about the pandemic. Here’s what they had to say.
Raising kids in the city — and during a pandemic — has ruined any illusion that I’m a flawless mom.
Climb the East Coast’s most majestic rock and take a dip under a hidden waterfall.
Fly through the sky, sail calm waters, and bed down in a cozy yurt.
Soak in some history, hike Mount Misery — or Mount Joy! — and be home by happy hour.
Find the beauty in “Shades of Death” and dine atop a natural wonder.
Where to head for quiet beaches, bay sunsets and ritual mud baths.
They’ve kept our grocery stores stocked, they’ve delivered our takeout, and they’ve helped us hold it all together.
One of the many things quarantine revealed to us is what deeply social creatures we are — exactly how much we crave interaction with people who aren’t linked to us by blood or law.
Which is either very good news or very bad news, depending on where you stand.