Last week in chapel, the speaker said that this year's Halloween was the five hundred year anniversary of Martin Luther's ninety-nine theses. He also spoke about a hodgepodge of different things, including a truth that adults regularly tell teenagers. Nevertheless, it is still a very important truth and one that I forget on a daily… Continue reading Remember
When conversations happen magically Good conversations are tricky. You can’t force them. You can’t create them with mad scientist skills. It just occur, like a rainbow, and you enjoy it for as long as it goes on. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t elements that are better at generating good conversations than other. Now, what… Continue reading Miscellaneous thoughts on conversations
Right now in geometry class, we're doing proofs, and honestly, I highly doubt anybody will ever have to use what we're learning after they graduate college. Unless he or she becomes a mathematician and wins a Nobel prize (jk: there's no Nobel for math). For example, my sister is a fashion designer, and the only… Continue reading How school actually applies to real life
I did not like my second grade teacher. AT ALL. The funny thing is, my mom had requested for me to be in her class. After she saw how poorly it turned out, she promised to never do it again. And it's been great. For the past few years, I've had tons of great teachers.… Continue reading What makes a good teacher?
My 7th grade Bible teacher's clock A piece of art at the Met that cracked me up My dad watching Happy Feet on the plane Nap time My mom, my sister, and me laughing P.S. Which one is your favorite photo? One of my classes at school is a marketing/business class. We're also learning Photoshop,… Continue reading Pictures on my phone that I love
When the Current Teenagers Grow Old. A while ago, I was wondering about how long this blog is going to roll on for. Which led to me imagining myself as an adult still blogging. Which led me to thinking about famous Youtubers and whether or not they're still going to be making videos years from… Continue reading Miscellaneous thoughts on growing
Becuase you don't get enough facts thrown at you in school, I decided to give you some more. FACT: (from The Disappearing Spoon) "A Russian-Canadian team pulled an even neater trick with pure helium. When cooled down to - 456 degrees Farenheit, helium turned into a super fluid, with exactly zero viscosity and zero resistance… Continue reading Super Awesome Facts