I need to rant and today this blog is a platform for that. I am broke. Trying to go to college with minimal loans is leaving me in a huge financial and time consuming bind. I don't understand how people manage to work full time and go to school. I am beginning to pick up… Continue reading College Problems #broke
After Apple Picking, Robert Frost This poem has been on my mind recently. Maybe its my misinterpretation and newfound optimism, but I believe that Robert Frost is not critical or pessimistic about the chore of apple picking. When I first read this poem the name of a former teacher popped into my mind. This teacher… Continue reading After Apple Picking: A Must Read Poem
The past couple weeks have filled my head with doubts about continuing to pursue a English education major to teach in Ky. Not that those doubts matter very much; I have been very honest with everyone, myself included, about selling my soul to the public education system in hopes that I can make it though… Continue reading Is It Economical To Pursue Teaching In Ky?
Today marks the day my aunt asked me about Christ for the first time. I don't know how to respond and I turn to former teachers and influencers for advice.
Slipping into Clothes & Beds like a Second Skin "The Most Dangerous Game" by Richard Connell is a short story about the pleasure of the hunt and how consuming it can become. Rainsford quickly finds himself playing the role of a hunted animal after falling off a yacht and being tossed around by the sea… Continue reading Slipping into Clothes & Beds like a Second Skin
Today as I was going about my day, I realized that I have never asked some of the teachers that have changed my life forever why they choose to teach. I know a bit about most of my teachers on a personal level, but this topic never really came up. Even as I applied to… Continue reading Why Did The Teachers That Change My Life Become Teachers?