I'm really encouraged about the effort I'm seeing on Khan and the 514 Journal. Keep up that effort!
The last few entries from Alisa, Gilberto, Nataly, and Melissa are inspiring. Of course, nobody is "happy" about being isolated. Isolation is not normal. Although the situation seems like it will last forever, it's temporary. Knowing that, resolve yourself to come out of this BETTER than when it was forced on you. How? Learn a new skill. (Mine is statistics AP on Khan.) Read, to gain knowledge. (I'm reading "The Age of the Unthinkable" by Joshua Cooper Ramo. He predicted this pandemic back in 2009, so I wanted to know how he knew, and how to be better prepared.
Speaking of preparation, anybody remember the lessons from this year about being prepared? Remember the mulch fire? That doesn't seem like a big deal compared to this situation. With that, please start inspecting your house and make a list of items you will need the next time something comes up. (Could be a larger earthquake, the second wave of the pandemic.) Talk with your parents and siblings. You could talk to your pets, but I'm not sure how much help they will be. Like maybe they can fetch a pizza.
I can see Nataly squinting at me, so I'll finish by saying I really miss you guys. Stay safe and love one another.
Stay with it. I'm right here if you have questions.