My Grandma taught me what’s going on in the world.

Story shared by Diavanni T of Southeast San Diego

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My Mom passed away on Labor Day 2018**

i was 7 yrs old i always visit my grandparents in San Diego **

I now live with my grandparents i had to move from Las Vegas and change my school and friends**

i was just getting settled from my mom being gone and all the new things ** then coronavirus comes and we have to stay at home making more changes in a little time**

My grandma taught me about what’s going on in the world all over and not to be scared but to learn to be Safe – Healthy & Respect ea. Others Health **

I’ll just be glad when it’s all over so i can see my friends in person**

i do talk to them online & Zoom and i like distance learning it keeps me connected to my friends & teachers.**

Covid-19. Coronavirus Lockdown 2020**” Dia”

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