Recently my wife and daughter were lamenting the pandemic closure of college campuses. Wife: "I am just so sorry that you're missing out on so much of your college experience." Daughter: "It’s OK mom. I mean who could have planned for this?" At this point in the discussion, I turned to them, threw my hand up in the air, and declared: "ME! I planned for this!" This clear and obvious observation was not received as well as you'd expect. There were neither accolades nor thank yous. In fact, the replies I received consisted entirely of eye rolls and groans. I…
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