Sorry guys but we can't leave the house right now, we need to be careful!
The year is 2020 and an airborne worldwide pandemic called Covid-19 is killing people, forcing schools to close, and making people stay home.
People like me, thirteen year old Grace, and my two younger sisters, Joy and Faith. We have to wear masks when we go out, we carry around hand sanitizers, and we try not to go out often.
Hello! We brought some donations!
Honestly, never done this before. I would never have done something like this if the pandemic didn't happen! huh.
Since we are stuck at home, we tend to watch a lot of news. The news, these days, are scary because of the violence and blaming of others. Innocent people are getting hurt and it pains me so much. Of course I can't just sit and watch, do nothing.
Since my mom is a nurse and my dad is a pastor, we took this time of despair and turned it into a time to give. We made sure to donate, volunteer, and care for those who had no hope.
Many people came by to either help or donate. People generously gave which started a chain reaction because that led to people being thankful and giving more than they received.
Hi! Thank you so much for giving little girl.
A vaccine was found about a year or so after it began. Through this experience, we learned that times like this bring people together. We also learned that life is valuable and fragile so we should cherish every moment.