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  1. Does this mean that they are no longer contagious with a negative test? And I don't mean an at-home rapid test, but a test sent out to a lab.
  2. I'm so sorry. I don't have personal experience with this, but I wanted to reach out with support. A dear friend of mine who has had some significant losses very highly recommends GriefShare. Maybe it will be helpful to you. https://www.griefshare.org
  3. Yes, we all are. My dad was vaccinated with her back in February. DH got Pfizer in April/May and the kids had theirs in June. She’s been quarantining in her room. Even if we do get sick, I’m sure we’ll be fine. It’s just annoying and frustrating and discouraging all around.
  4. My mom is positive. Uuuuuuuugh. She's been fully vaccinated since February with Moderna. She's 67. I guess we'll see how the rest of us hold up sharing a house. I'm the one that got the crappy J&J in March so this will definitely be a test.
  5. I have a 15yo and 13yo fully vaccinated so I'm wondering about the risk of them having a breakthrough case. Their 2nd shots were June 14th. I just read somewhere that the majority of breakthrough cases were 65+ and I'm hoping that means that it would be extremely, extremely rare for under 18yo to have a breakthrough case. But I was wondering if anyone has heard of any yet.
  6. It might be early for this, but has anyone heard of any breakthrough cases in vaccinated kids (under 18)?
  7. His vision was definitely to have a wholesome, family park that was affordable and enjoyable for all. It’s so sad that the reality is very different today. We are longing to go back, especially for all of the new Star Wars stuff that we have yet to experience. But it’s not happening now.
  8. First, I'm wondering if the stolen wallet was a story and she really doesn't have a lot of money. Is it possible she's blown it all already? Second, maybe she will continue to ignore you, but I would come right out and say, "$200 is a lot of money for me and my family. It's ok if you don't want this job, but please do the right thing and pay me back so that I can hire someone else."
  9. I’m sorry. My DD gets panic attacks and it’s no fun. I hope you feel better.
  10. My DS prefers one from Target. DD prefers one from Kohl’s.
  11. I think there was only one time when I left a small tip. The entire wait staff was engrossed in a sports event at the bar and we were basically ignored for the entire meal. It was obvious that we were being ignored and it was not the kitchen or due to being busy/short staffed. I can’t remember any other time when I’ve had truly horrible service. For mediocre service, I’d just leave a little less.
  12. How about using Independent Study in the title somehow?
  13. This happened to us and it was an electrical fire smoldering in our ceiling fan. After the fire company came out, we were all convinced it must be the dishwasher. Then as we were looking up dishwashers online, the fire became visible in the ceiling fan. We were literally minutes away from leaving the house to go buy a new dishwasher. And if we had actually left before we saw the fire, we would have come home to our house burning down.
  14. You can also focus on time periods— Baroque, Classical, Romantic, Modern.
  15. Was beginner her first year? You could do Piano Year 2 and 3. Or sophomore piano, junior piano. Another one I’ve seen is Coda meaning advanced (Coda Piano).
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