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  • People have been back to work and kids have been back to school for almost a full year - this is what I see not what they tell. Given the population density, if there is any outbreak, it’s really not something easy to hide.
  • We got our uniforms from French Toast and Old Navy.  French Toast held up much better.   I got 5 outfits even though I do laundry almost every day.  It was just easier to make my daughter feel like she was rotating outfits.  Our school was khaki so we did a couple different skirts and jumpers.   Anonymous poster hash: d5d32...19d
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  • Kids are 6 and 10 and we have one car. We prioritize activities in the neighborhood and we don't over schedule. We live in a walkable neighborhood and one of the kids is always in a walking distance from practice.  Anonymous poster hash: a546e...f91
  • Contact moody bible institute. Lots of young women who tend to be “ wholesome” ( predictable given where they have chosen to study ) looking for part time work. We’ve had success in the past  Anonymous poster hash: 1b2e5...782

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