The answer is always George Carlin: randomly placed land mines!
It’s definitely a hard choice. Ours has handled it by allowing the choice each semester. I don’t want to commit them to an entire semester of remote learning when they might be vaccinated early on. I’m also hoping against hope that numbers will be way down by the fall due to vaccinations. I live in Michigan, we rank… Read more
I have a 5 year old and nearly 8 year old. We are electing for in person school in the fall, and I really hope the vaccine gets emergency authorization for their age group in September like I read today. My 8 year old is very interested in science, and is constantly asking when he can get the vaccine. I just hope… Read more
This all sounds great until you’re faced with a 4 digit tax bill due on a specific day, then you can either drain your savings OR accept a monthly payment plan with associated interest and penalties tacked on. Then you’re not only paying this year’s taxes, but LAST year’s taxes+interst/fees. Sure, you can stick it on… Read more
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I don’t know if my household will survive until the end of the year if we don’t manage to get out sometime this summer. At this point the kids fight like an old married couple. My 7 year old son took up a huge interest in geography towards the end of 2019. At that time we were looking forward to taking him somewhere… Read more