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I thought that I had passed the point a couple of weeks ago where my to do kid was so out of control I was making to do items that said I needed to make some other to do items. But no, here we are again.

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@lauraritchie Thank you! Agreed, there are unexpected and not always entirely welcome effects of all this. Some are nice, though, like my son having a lot more time to do self-directed learning and learning a lot more about things he’s particularly interested in. He is diving deep into math and coding right now.

And the idea of an in-person breakfast again sounds so lovely it brings tears to my eyes.

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