Guest Post from Kyleen Salais, junior at Franklin High School
It is imperative to stay connected to our natural roots.
The way nature works around adapting, we work around the clock to get things done. But as we wake up late to a meeting and run with toast on our mouth and coffee spilling
everywhere on our hands, we take a look at the sky and breathe it in deeply.
How the sun might be feeling today, how the clouds felt grief, then solemn, now drifting melancholy that transposes every soul to touch our lips, sealed, and kissed of rain. How in all of that, that's how we start our life.
And just as the lonesome mount