6 Word Memoirs from a Week in Distance Learning

In two-weeks, I’ll return to school. It remains unclear if we are emerging from the pandemic in Chile or entering another wave of infection. What is clear is that teachers are getting vaccinated, and schools are committing themselves to staying open as much as possible.

If this turns out to be one of my last weeks in distance learning, a few send off memoirs from the world of Zoom this week:

“Breakout rooms are open,” she sighs.

Unmuting to say something profoundly you.

“Maybe I need to rethink race.”

Familiar faces in squares sometimes unrecognizable.

What if you unmuted and spoke?

You laughed recklessly, bedroomed, quarantined, again.

“Cool!” 43,000,432 results for your topic.

Truth decay cavities are forming here.

Breakfasts matter when everything is illegal.

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