I was scrolling through my photos and found this one from almost a year ago????! When @ttan789 and i went on a crafting and sushi outing. I think i remember stressing about job interviews and taking about our next year of law school. And damn. That all feels so far away now. It’s strange because it’s not like i ever left. Things are still moving forward. Next school year will be here soon (in some form or another) and graduation after that. But some days it feels like we all fell off of that timeline in March and are just floating in limbo. It feels silly to mourn the little things. But also necessary. Necessary to acknowledge the loss of who we were and who we might have been before all of this. It is also necessary to look forward at who and what we will become after all of this. Hopefully a more compassionate and just society. Hopefully a place where we see pain and acknowledge it and heal it, instead of hiding. Hopefully something to hope for. I don’t really know where I am goin…

I was scrolling through my photos and found this one from almost a year ago????! When @ttan789 and i went on a crafting and sushi outing. I think i remember stressing about job interviews and taking about our next year of law school. And damn. That all feels so far away now. It’s strange because it’s not like i ever left. Things are still moving forward. Next school year will be here soon (in some form or another) and 🤞 graduation after that. But some days it feels like we all fell off of that timeline in March and are just floating in limbo. It feels silly to mourn the little things. But also necessary. Necessary to acknowledge the loss of who we were and who we might have been before all of this. It is also necessary to look forward at who and what we will become after all of this. Hopefully a more compassionate and just society. Hopefully a place where we see pain and acknowledge it and heal it, instead of hiding. Hopefully something to hope for.

I don’t really know where I am going with this except to say that I miss everything and everyone but also know that it’s worth it. It’s worth it because missing these things and people means saving lives. So for gods sake y’all. Stay the fuck home.

I was scrolling through my photos and found this one from almost a year ago????! When @ttan789 and i went on a crafting and sushi outing. I think i remember stressing about job interviews and taking about our next year of law school. And damn. That all feels so far away now. It’s strange because it’s not like i ever left. Things are still moving forward. Next school year will be here soon (in some form or another) and 🤞 graduation after that. But some days it feels like we all fell off of that timeline in March and are just floating in limbo. It feels silly to mourn the little things. But also necessary. Necessary to acknowledge the loss of who we were and who we might have been before all of this. It is also necessary to look forward at who and what we will become after all of this. Hopefully a more compassionate and just society. Hopefully a place where we see pain and acknowledge it and heal it, instead of hiding. Hopefully something to hope for.

I don’t really know where I am going with this except to say that I miss everything and everyone but also know that it’s worth it. It’s worth it because missing these things and people means saving lives. So for gods sake y’all. Stay the fuck home.

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