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You Don’t Stop Learning at Graduation

Lesson from a preschool graduate.

Photo by Christopher Ryan on Unsplash

Soon, one of my nieces will graduate from preschool.

Come September; a big yellow school bus will take her to her kindergarten classroom. Her mother may or may not be stifling some tears as she watches her baby bounce aboard the bus — excited at the prospect of learning, a little timid at the idea of being somewhere…




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Megan Minutillo

Megan Minutillo

Essayist, poet, and theatre producer. I write stories about self-awareness, IVF, and finding your footing in life’s messy moments. Instagram: @meganminutillo.

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