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For you

Forgotten dream, stays in my heart
Keeping the letter you wrote for me once
Reminiscing moment with you that night
How happy I am when you held my hand… 90 more words

Life, Quotes,

The Things We Believe About Ourselves

I was reading this interview with Samin Nosrat, the host of a wonderful cooking show called Salt Fat Acid Heat, when I felt a switch flip in the back of my head. 2,105 more words

Teaching

12-18-18 All in?

Something I’m mentally grappling with now is whether I want to add Kenpo back onto my plate (while still doing the morning SF workouts). While I’m still not at the weight I want to be, I’m definitely significantly stronger and have better endurance than when I last trained. 140 more words

Artist Interview: Emily Bradbury Whalen

The next Artist Interview Project installment features artist Emily Bradbury WhalenThe first part of this post includes a student’s reflective summary. It is followed by the full interview text.  1,378 more words

Philosophy Of Phish

Tyred

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

I’m fine.

Photos

Revelation

I knew I needed to take better care of myself after a typical, routine day. On this day; my boyfriend was working his 24 hour shift as an EMT so I woke up, took our baby girl to my grandmother’s, took our oldest to school, drove to work, worked my 8 to 4:30 job as a special needs teacher, picked up our oldest from school, picked up the baby from my grandmother’s, came home, made dinner, gave the kids a bath, put our oldest to bed, tried to get the baby to sleep while simultaneously working on school work, finally the baby gets to sleep, and lastly; I pass out with my computer on the bed around 1:30 in the morning. 672 more words

Parenting

Recycling ruined canvasses is like working with your past.

In a previous post I have documented the process of ruining a simple landscape sketch.

Since I don’t like wasting canvasses (or wasting paint), I keep occasionally trying to somehow “fix” or improve the situation of that horrible canvas. 386 more words

Depression