I have also found from the losses.

I’ve seen things that can get me through this time, such as my chipotle chips and burrito bowl or my enjoyment while playing volleyball, which I would not have played if our lives were what we considered normal. I have made sure that even though school is difficult, that is no reason for time to slack off and get an okay grade. I had to be perfect, so I tried, and I believe I became as close to perfect as possible. I know that perfection is impossible, but I need to remind myself to be the best version of myself that I could be. Yes, I know it is okay to fail, but I am a perfectionist, so everything must be the best version of themselves. I have formed closer bonds with the people whom I consider my family. Yes, all this stuff I mentioned was positive, but none of it would have happened without the coronavirus’s help or torture.

Zoe Goldman


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