Before my head hit the pillow last night I said a silent prayer for some very special people, the teachers who’ve started to deal with return to school challenges or will do so over the next week. At a time when it’s hard enough for adults who deal with the changes and challenges that have come with the Coronavirus pandemic, they’ll have to do their best to educate our children and grand children, all while trying to explain to their students, especially the youngest of them, why they have to wear facial covers and stay farther apart from their class mates than they’d like to. I often joke with my teacher friends about wishing I had summers, weekends and holidays off, but I wouldn’t want their job, and I’m personally very grateful that they are willing to do it. As I’ve written and said before, I’m pretty sure that there are a lot of parents and grand parents out there who turned in to fill-in educators when schools closed last Spring who have a new appreciation for the work you will do to. That’s the way I see it.