A personal reflection on what happened recently to my last year of highschool

A personal reflection on what happened recently to my last year of highschool

Sheryl Brown, Writer

These changes make me feel sad because I’m a senior and never thought that this would happen for my senior year. People are being too crazy about this whole thing. It’s just a virus that you have to treat like a seasonal flu. I don’t know why people are buying toilet paper. It doesn’t have to deal with any diarrhea. People being held at knifepoint because they want the toilet paper. It makes no sense just to hurt other people for the littlest stupid things. My reaction to the whole school closing is making me upset everytime when I talk about it. It’s frustrating that it happened in my last year of school. This is that type of thing that you would not have thought that this would happen. It’s sad that no one can do their spring sports. I can’t do my music but don’t know if it’s still going on or not. I’m at the point where I don’t know if I’m going to graduate because of it. I already don’t like being home and I most likely cant do my ceramics. But the school has this opportunity to do a thural clean throughout the whole school. It makes sense for restaurants to have no one in their dining room but people can still get food but have to take it to go. Crossroads church, here in Mansfield, I feel it’s the only church that is more advanced in the technology than others. My church wont have church but it can’t be projected online because they are old-fashioned like other churches. I’m not mad about not being able to go to church but there are other ways to have church without being there. But at least my church can still be in contact with each other on the phone. But they aren’t that advanced and it’s no rush to be in the technology world.