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Paralyzing Grief

I’ve been running the list of what I should be doing through my head.

Getting dressed
Doing my hair
Doing online school
Exercising for my gym class… 751 more words

CIE poetry coursework: exploration of depiction of love.

Year 11: You have one more piece of coursework to complete: The coursework element of the CIE poetry study for English Literature. I have chosen three poems to use in this coursework: Shakespeare’s Sonnet 116, Rossetti’s Sonnet Remember and Achebe’s harrowing A mother in a refugee camp. 310 more words

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The Blessings Jar

Somewhere between recurrent c. diff and primary scleroscing cholangitis, my heart went numb. Somewhere between my discouragement and my fear, the praises faded. Somewhere between January and now, I lost my way. 489 more words


Keep it together.

Just remember, you can easily hide your own emotions and lock yourself up inside, but don’t push away the people who are close to you who wants to share their emotions with you and be able to talk to you. 66 more words

Classrooms Without Walls

Recent technological advances are providing new opportunities for human interaction and collaborative instruction. One such innovation, the virtual classroom expands teaching, learning opportunities from the campus classroom to students across the state and the world.  213 more words


USA: Monumental History 1

Compared to others America is a relatively new and young country. I’ve found that when Americans come to England they are shocked by just how old some of our buildings are especially here in Cambridge. 472 more words

Travel And Adventure

Deuteronomy 7

“When the Lord your God brings you into the land which you go to possess, and has cast out many nations before you, the Hittites and the Girgashites and the Amorites and the Canaanites and the Perizzites and the Hivites and the Jebusites, seven nations greater and mightier than you, 2 and when the Lord your God delivers them over to you, you shall conquer them and utterly destroy them. 772 more words