I don't know about you, but I can only go so long without a solid routine. Over Christmas vacation, which ended up being about three weeks long, I fully intended to train myself for the eight o' clock class that I will be attending three times a week for entire Spring Semester. Unfortunately, it is … Continue reading Ready for Routine (and Missing Roatan)
I am nerdy and proud I wonder often why people think I'm so strange I hear the time-signature of the music I like I see geometric shapes when I look at stop signs I want to finish my homework before any of my peers I am nerdy and proud I pretend that I am a … Continue reading Nerdy and Proud
Ever wonder what a typical day is like for a pre-calculus student? Read this account, written by someone who's obviously had some first-hand experience. 😀
Sometimes, it is hard to see people for who they really are. Read this poem inspired by individuality.
Children are certainly one of life's most interesting wonders. They are all very different, but somehow manage to also be very much alike. For example, almost all of them have disgustingly repulsive habits, are remarkably rebellious between the ages of two and four, and have very strong opinions about which food should be considered untouchable … Continue reading Children