Act of Kindness from Rebecca

I wanted to share something my son (17 year old HS senior) told me yesterday. He said on his drive home he saw ‘C’, the Varsity Basketball manager, on his drive home. He said ‘ C’ was crying and walking. When he asked why, ‘C’ stated that he was entering his 6th quarantine of this school year. ‘C’ is a special education student and was exposed by staff. My son listened to ‘C’ and then asked him to play a video game once ‘C’ was finished with his walk. My son’s act of kindness filled my heart and yet I was sad, for ‘C’. Children seem to be the last in each Covid discussion, while adults argue. I hope that every adult remembers that kids are watching.


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