I have to be honest here. I've been staring at my keyboard for a few hours now. I'm not sure which words I want to say first. If you come here from Facebook, then you're probably friends with at least one other member of my family. If that's the case, then you're probably aware of … Continue reading The Truth about Grief
Tomorrow, July 22, is Summer Leisure Day. Unfortunately, like I mentioned last week, things kind of got in the way of my summer plans. However, I still have found some time to enjoy myself. This past weekend, I was able to celebrate my graduation with friends and family. It was a great time, and I … Continue reading Summer Leisure
In America, and maybe some other places, quarantine and lockdown is beginning to end or at least ease. Whether or not you agree with the stance your state/country/city has taken when it comes to coronavirus is not the point of today's post. What is the point of today's blog post, then, is not about how … Continue reading Now What?
I'm in the last week of my high school practicum. I have been with 11th graders in high school for the past four and a half weeks. They're a lot of fun, and I am enjoying my time with them. But I don't want to talk about them today. Rather, I want to talk about … Continue reading The Biggest Difference Between my Middle School and High School Practicum
Last year, I did a post on gratitude and shared what I was thankful for. (Read it: https://battlekimoftherepublic.com/2018/11/20/gratitude/). This year, it's a lot harder to determine what to write because all the same stuff rings true from last year. However, there are a few things I want to add to this year's list: Teaching- This … Continue reading Thankfulness
Being on vacation was so great! I enjoyed being away and relaxing. I'll probably take some time to tell you stories later (like how I climbed a waterfall or why you should never put inflatable climbing things and trampolines on the ocean or even what it is like to be the only thing making light … Continue reading Packing for a Cruise (Or any Vacation)
Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays because it's a time I get to spend with family. I don't know about you but my family is important to me. I love being able to spend time with them and grow closer to them. Holiday season to me is always a time of being together with … Continue reading The Importance of Family
Since I wrote about my roommate for her birthday, I figured why not do the same for my sister's birthday? I have one sibling. She and I are 5 1/2 years apart, so as you can imagine, we didn't always get along. However, now we get along great for the most part. Our relationship still … Continue reading Sibling Antics