you also have lots to tell me

One of the bazillion excuses that I came up with for not blogging is that I got switched grade level a quarter into the school year. I went from teaching middle school to high school, 11th-grade English to be more specific. Teaching a new grade level, especially one that I hadn’t taught before, was likeContinue reading “you also have lots to tell me”

Life’s beauty, life’s goodness, & life’s mystery

It’s been a busy week for me. So I decided to reuse an old post and turn it into a slideshow. I had fun creating it. And the final product turned out beautiful! I hope you enjoy! How was your week? Your amiga, Andrea p.s. – Would you like to see more posts in theContinue reading “Life’s beauty, life’s goodness, & life’s mystery”

He has the formula to being memorable

“If you could have one superpower, what superpower would you choose?” she asked. I thought about it for a moment. What would you have answered? I was expecting the usual interview question like “What are your strengths and weaknesses?” or “What makes you the best candidate for this job?”. Out of all interview questions I’veContinue reading “He has the formula to being memorable”

If we were having coffee, what would you tell me? I would tell you that

When Grief made itself comfortable in a chair during dinner, I would’ve told you: Hope does not exist. (Someone once told me that hope doesn’t exist. Because, according to them, it can’t be measured.)  Do you believe in hope? The thing is, Hope has so many definitions. Someone else shared this quote with me: HopeContinue reading “If we were having coffee, what would you tell me? I would tell you that”

Something different

Something interesting happened to me the other day. A tiny little green turtle made its way to my foot when I was walking at the park. My family and I stood there observing the tiny turtle making it’s way down the road. It was one of the most beautiful things that has ever happened toContinue reading “Something different”