At Least It Isn’t School

A poem, as I've been at my new job for a couple weeks: I’m a working girl now— Let me tell you how I’m getting by Working nine-to-five: Thank God I’m not in school. I got to do arts and crafts today, Stickers on folders for bills that are paid, Endorsing checks with a fun … Continue reading At Least It Isn’t School

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Disappointments and Blessings

I've been in school more than three quarters of my life.  That's a long time.  It really starts to wear on a person's spirit, being in school that long.  I love learning.  It is a beautiful, wonderful thing.  I just do not like school.  The longer I am in it, the less I enjoy being … Continue reading Disappointments and Blessings

Oh The Sweet Sweet Taste of Freedom

I would like to take this moment to address all of you who are my dear comrades in the endless battle called school: Congratulations.  We made it through another semester 😀 Now, folks, I'm just SO THRILLED to be on break! 🙂 🙂 🙂  No deadlines looming over my head... No more horrible essays to … Continue reading Oh The Sweet Sweet Taste of Freedom

Annoying Me

This is a post about things that annoy me, of varying levels of silliness and seriousness, in no particular order. 1. Peanut Butter  I don’t like peanut butter, except occasionally on peanut butter and honey sandwiches.  Yet most of the world strangely seems to be in love with it.  It sneaks into everything.  There’s always … Continue reading Annoying Me

Hope and Despair: Reflections of a [Hopeful] Future Teacher

Today was one of those days when your teacher lectures your class on the hopelessness of your generation, what a failure you all are.  Only it happened in not one, but both of my classes. It began in my Poli Sci class.  Professor A got angry at the class for being nonacademic.  "This is a university," … Continue reading Hope and Despair: Reflections of a [Hopeful] Future Teacher

Lessons Learned

Lessons Learned Last August saw the beginning of the fulfillment of a four-year dream. That dream was to attend Biola University, a Christian college in southern California. On the road there, at times that dream seemed unattainable, and at times nothing more than a foolish fantasy, but in the end, it became reality. It was … Continue reading Lessons Learned