New Independence Day, new me
The author and owner of this diary is probably still in the first or second grade, so we’ll cut them some slack. After all, many of us have probably mistaken Independence Day for New Year’s, right? No? Oh, it’s just us then.
But if you think of it, if this student is old enough to know that the US Independence Day is on July 4th, they should also know that New Year’s is on January 1st. You can’t just bid the year adieu halfway into it. That’s not how calendars work! If that were the case, we all could’ve fast-forwarded through the horrifying events of 2020.