By KATHERINE NGUYEN
I’m only six months away from being a legal adult, yet Ouija: Origins of Evil is the first horror movie I’ve seen. 700 more words
Fall is my favorite time of year.
First of all, ten years ago this month my husband and I got married. It was 65 degrees that day and it was an outdoor wedding, but we were surrounded by changing leaves, Tennessee mountain sunsets, and warmth of family and friends. 327 more words
I have a teacher friend who has been plagued all year by a parent who will not let his kid fail. I don’t say that in a good way, either. 545 more words
When my husband and I struggled with infertility, I clung to Jeremiah 29:11 like a lifeline. “For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” 877 more words
Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines culture shock as “a feeling of confusion, doubt, or nervousness caused by being in a place (such as a foreign country) that is very different from what you are used to.” This feeling can occur both when a student leaves for a new host country and when a student returns to their home country. 381 more words