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Many Thanks, New York City

Dear Citizens of New York City,

This is a thank you note to you for these past few weeks. I suppose one could say that with spell of cold weather broken, my life has broken too–or at least my foot. 833 more words

Coffee City Love

Teaching 8th Grade is (not) Terrifying

A little background about me: I am a teacher. I have been teaching for seven years. During this time I have taught 1st grade, 2nd grade, 5th grade, and 7th/8th grade. 613 more words

Middle School

Band-Aids and Prison: An Awakening

As a teacher I have long recognized that fair is not equal. In a terrible twist of hypocrisy, I formerly explained to my students the following example. 716 more words

Where the Light Enters

24 He himself bore our sins in his body on the tree, that we might die to sin and live to righteousness. By his wounds you have been healed. 124 more words

Poetry, Original Writing, Devotional, Inspirational

A Shaving Mishap

I’m cheap. And when I say cheap, I mean that I have some pretty serious scars on my ankles from back when I insisted that it was worth the shaving cuts to buy one-blade razors, just because they’re cheaper. 298 more words

Your Band-Aid: Yank, Tug, Or Coax?

This one’s been debated for time eternal — or at least since someone invented adhesive bandages … what’s the best way to get one off? 294 more words

Blogs

Band-aids to Prison: An Awakening

As a teacher I have long recognized that fair is not equal. In a terrible twist of hypocrisy, I formerly explained to my students the following example. 731 more words

Social Justice