Carissa Pearl Moya, Senior (Magnolia, Part 3)

For the slightest bit of time, I struggled mentally, physically, and spiritually, unable to handle the news of our senior year moving remotely. My fellow peers and I faced the ceilings of our rooms as the stay-at-home orders were placed. Everything happened so quick in a small matter of time, taking back everyone—the world was on pause. One by one, schools and colleges set out to provide students their education online. However, for some, including myself, we were more worried about what to cook for our younger sibling, or making money through a part time job. With all the state implications, our normal lives had turned upside down and the normal routines we were just getting used to suddenly turned into a nightmare.

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