The Year My Parents Were My Playmates

In-person learning is returning

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Drop the mic, kid. It’s time for in-person learning. I’m not allowed to walk my fifth-grader to school.

I ask him, “Do your friends think you have your own place? Do they not know you have a mother?”

“Mom!” He grinds the words through his teeth.

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16 X Top Writer, Editor— Comedian, Satirist, Humorist, Top Writer. Publisher of Breast Stories. Follow my pub https://medium.com/boobs-breasts-and-mammaries

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