One time, after a fight with my high school boyfriend and parents, my high school English teacher gave me some wise words on perspective, and since then, I have thought - and blogged! - a lot about BIRD'S-EYE VIEWS, BEING THE BEST YOU CAN BE, BLOOMING WHERE YOU'RE PLANTED AND BALANCE. If I had to… Continue reading b.
Several things have changed at Woodson - just in the time since I have graduated from high school (which wasn’t thattt long ago)… Updated flooring A big, heavy mat that the football guys use to practice rolls and tackling Security cameras and fobs to unlock the outside doors An intercom system A second portable building… Continue reading Another life update…
WOODSON, TEXAS: I'm from this town of 296, where my dad is the superintendent of the one school, which my brother and I started going to in kindergarten; we both graduated from WHS - and I only had seven people in my class. My mom was my sixth grade teacher and still teaches there - and… Continue reading just 10 things
Halfway through my first year of teaching, in the midst of preparing for the STAAR test and directing a one-act play and planning a wedding, I did a little research, to make myself feel a little better, and to learn from others who have been/are in my shoes... Juice Boxes & Crayolas - a cute… Continue reading I am a teacher.
Today marks my five-year anniversary of graduating high school, and while I know that's still way less than a 25- or 50-year celebration, it's weird for me, since I swear that just yesterday, I was forcing my brother to play Barbies with me, getting braces, going to my first prom and wearing that number 10… Continue reading anniversaries&hamster wheels
I don't really like people. Okay, that sounds harsh, but I guess when you grow up with only a handful of other people, enjoy quiet activities, surround yourself with people who also do the low-key thing...but then again...I'd kill for New York, I love the hustle and bustle of the mall and I think it's… Continue reading tight thursday: things i’ve learned