Olivia (who ROCKS) nominated me for this award (thank you!!). Here's my favorite post she's written, and I'm going to throw in another one of her's too because books, duh. Also, before the questions start, isn't that cat(or bear?) in the rainbow hoodie the perfect doodle for this post? That's all I had to say. Moving on. What… Continue reading The awesome blogger award (AKA I discover, once again, that answering questions takes me a long while)
PART ONE I know, these first few cards have nothing to do with birthdays, but it'll get there. PART TWO Let's change gears. PART THREE This is the last part. THE END To answer some questions people have asked me after I showed them my index cards: 1) No, I certainly did not come up… Continue reading What if I told you there’s a fifty percent chance that 2 out of 23 people have the same birthday?
First of all, some straight-upness: When I think about this blog and what I want it to be, I think of three adjectives- cheerful, friendly, kind. In other words, I want it be an extension of the person I want to be. Those words are the reasons why I debated over posting this. These following poems… Continue reading When you don’t know what to write about so you ask a friend to lend you the poems he wrote for school
I want to try that sometime SERIOUSLY THOUGH That at least deserves some credit I'm sure the kids think it's fun When you accidentally start something amazing A quick test to confirm your nerd status (or not) Wait, who did invent knock knock jokes? No worries P.S. Which one do you think is the funniest?… Continue reading Science jokes
Martin Luther King Jr. Day is always on the third Monday of January. (I think that's so federal organizations don't have to close in the middle of the week.) This year it fell exactly on his birthday, January fifteenth, which made it even more perfect when we watched Selma that day for my school's movie club (or… Continue reading The first movie club meeting of hopefully many more to come
(The links are provided for those who like to fact check stuff.) In my technology/business class, each student is creating their own fake company (I'm doing a bookstore, no surprise there), which means that a lot of the time, the teacher doesn't actually teach. She gives us space to work on whatever project we're doing… Continue reading An odd “coincidence”
I am not a fan of small talk. It's tiring. (That sentence probably doesn't make sense to you unless you're an introvert. But, my hunch is that there are a lot more introvert bloggers than extrovert ones. I have no numbers to back that up, but it's my hypothesis.) Here's my definition of small talk: words that… Continue reading Questions that will spark conversations that are as deep as the ocean