Back in the "good old days" without smart phones, modern game systems, and social media, my best friends growing up were those who lived within a few blocks of my house. We would spend summers walking around the neighborhood, knocking on doors and asking parents if so-and-so could come out to play. Often we would organize … Continue reading you win some, you lose some.
No one said teaching was easy, but no told me to prepare for the most exhausting two weeks of my life. I have survived a minivan road trip from ND to Cali, countless tryout weeks, surfing in 5 meter waves (that's a little over 16 feet), and 6 summers of working with 4 year-olds at park. … Continue reading what’s my age again?
I didn't want to start a blog. I really didn't want to start a blog. I tried blogging three years ago when I studied abroad in Bilbao, Spain and my posts were sporadic at best. Student teaching is a whole new level of crazy busy and I didn't think I'd have the time to commit to … Continue reading first post