EVA student leaves for Florida vacation after being unable to follow stay at home orders
April 1, 2021
In an effort to escape the deadly coronavirus pandemic, an Edina Virtual Academy student has retreated to the Sunshine State, because traveling to the beach is always a responsible decision in tough situations. “I know that a lot of people are not going anywhere for their safety, but I’m not going to let the government confine me to my home for longer than I need. Though it’s been over a year of this, I still think that this whole virus thing is just an elaborate hoax that will eventually disappear out of existence,” said Edina High School sophomore Rose Hawthrone, who criticized the credentials of the life-threatening disease as millions struggle to fight against the attacking virus.
“Going on vacation to my beach house was one of the most responsible decisions I’ve ever made in my entire life. Not only do I get to enjoy some peace and quiet away from the suffocation of my extravagant home in the crowded Indian Hills slum, but I also get to work on my tan in Florida. Perhaps an untreatable, unpreventable, and highly contagious respiratory illness is exactly what I needed to subdue my boredom and get away from this stressful circumstance.”
Hawthrone then stated that more students should plan on traveling to vacation spots around the country and spread the joy of relaxation with others. Her remarks come when millions of people around the world continue to remain at home, choosing to protect their well-being over getting a killer tan.