My Pandemic Coping Mechanisms!

By Violet Webster When a global pandemic starts raging outside your door and you are no longer able to spend time in person with your friends and family, you start to develop some habits you never would have dreamed of having. Or at least I have. So, here are some of the things I’ve been... Continue Reading →

My New Normal

By Violet Webster Two months ago, most of my school days consisted of the same routine. Wake up at 6:30, drink coffee, make the forty-five-minute drive from my house in Chardon to Shaker Heights where I would start my day working at Prime Before School Club. I would then run from the Prime music room... Continue Reading →

Three Poems About Summer

By: Violet Webster On Remembering Summer has come and gone Leaving me Slightly sunburnt and bruised in its wake. As the leaves turn To their autumnal gold And the wind carries the sharp tinge of winter, I’m left to remember the little things The smell of not enough sunscreen on a 98º day. The heat... Continue Reading →

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