Physics is so hard that it's almost a joke. Not because there's anything inherently funny about it---there's nothing funny about it. But you have to not take it seriously. It's absolutely necessary to survival. Otherwise the true impossibleness of it would be crushing. The way forward is to just laugh (and cry if needed) at… Continue reading On physics and how wildly hard it is
When I first thought of the idea for this post, I was like, okay this is as straightforward as can be. Then, while I was writing it, I thought-wouldn't it be interesting to hear about other people talk about this too? I feel like school can get rough so fast that once new school supplies… Continue reading A list of things I love about my school // collab with Purely Olivia and Story-Eyed!
Months ago, I posted poems Jonathan wrote for school because I did not know what I was going to write for the blog that week, and today, I am again stealing something he wrote for school as my post. This time, he had to write a satire. This is what he came up with. I… Continue reading A Disney satire
For history class this year, I'm taking European history. In August, we started at the Black Plague, and now we're talking about the Cold War. Over those seven hundred-ish years span of time, there have been three specific times in class that I remember when we learned about huge stories in history that either happened… Continue reading The weirdness history contains (WWI edition)
You might've heard this tale before: One time, Ernest Hemingway was bet money that he couldn't write a six word story. He wrote the following words- For sale, baby shoes. Never worn.- and won. Here are some more six word stories that I've gathered from various places. From sixwordmemoirs - Sunset. Midnight. Sunrise... But no sleep. -… Continue reading Six word memoirs & sonnets with a twist
In algebra On the day we were reviewing all the equations of a line stuff, my teacher brought up the question of why "m" is used for slope- like in y=mx+b. He said we would never guess. Then this guy in my class said it's because it's Latin for slope in a no-way-I'm-right tone, and… Continue reading What I’ve learned so far this school year
For me, the days bridging the end of August and the beginning of September are also the first few weeks of school. It's also the time of year when I most frequently get asked questions such as What do you think of ___ year so far? Do you like your classes? Do you like your… Continue reading My honest feelings on new school years