Before the coronavirus pandemic and the stay-at-home orders, I had never heard of Zoom.

Well, that's not entirely true.  I had seen it used, but had no idea what it was called.  And, as I am not a fan of video conferences (I am about as photogenic as a brick), I never bothered to ask what it was.

Now, about a month into the pandemic here in the United States, Zoom is everywhere!

This includes my daughter's school.

Recently, my six year old, Annie, was on a conference call (that just sounds weird..  a first grader on a conference call?) with her class.  Apparently, her and another classmate were weaving back and forth because they thought it made it look like they were ducking into each other's frames.  Annie weaved a little too far.

Here's what happened:

Fortunately, her mother caught her, so she's okay.

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