I thank you for the depression that you caused me, I cannot deny that you were my inspiration and I thank you even more for reminding me of the past, the past that I barely forgot. 162 more words
Siliguri leh Darjeeling inkara Tindaria thingpui huanah chuan Sap pasaltha pakhat, Augustus Somerville a lo lang nawlh mai. Chutiang mikhual an nei chu Bungalow a nupa rek a khawsa, Manager leh a nupui chu Vantirhkoh mikhual thleng ang maiin an hlim a. 2,512 more words
This book was on the English reading list when I was in Year 12 but it wasn’t one of the texts my school selected for us. 826 more words
“But…” – I interjected.
A familiar tingling began to invade my nostrils: a troubling warning that tears would soon follow. As I fought with myself to keep them at bay, I tried to make sense of what the woman at the other end of the line was telling me. 1,089 more words
The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind: Creating Currents of Electricity and Hope by William Kamkwamba and Bryan Mealer
What’s the deal?
The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind tells the story of William Kamkwamba, a farmer’s son who lived through the… 668 more words
Ed note: I am pleased to present this post from guest blogger Ms. Amanda LePore.
I have anxiety. It runs in my family, so I should have expected it (thanks a lot, genes!). 908 more words