Marriages are under attack. Families are under attack. We know this is not how it’s supposed to be and it’s our children who are suffering the most. Continue reading Too Young to Decide
As teachers, our goal is to save time. No matter what benefits a program offers, time is key. Continue reading EdPuzzle or PlayPosit
I’m not playing your games! This is what my sweet Isabel proclaimed to the seventh-grade male who wouldn’t hand her his paper as she was collected and organizing all of the class’s papers. He kept slightly placing his paper in her hand and then jerking it back. #immature However, it’s expected at his age, but what was not expected, in my opinion, was Isabel’s ability … Continue reading I’m Not Playing Your Games
Teachers in LA Unified are going on strike because their needs and demands are not being met. Although I teach in LA, I am not part of a school participating in the strike; however, I did wear red in support of those teachers. Ironically, my keys chose to go on strike and I was not able to make it to school, so technically, I guess … Continue reading On Strike
I thought it was called “Sunny Southern California” since the weather was always…..well, sunny. THEN WHY AM I OUT HERE WEARING UGGS?! Honestly, I can’t complain, I’m grateful to have a job and be able to wear this cute outfit considering everything going on with the public schools around me. God’s hand is surely in everything. Before moving to California, I’ve always worked at a … Continue reading God’s Plan
Whatever your “status” on this day is its part of what is making, you…you, and how you handle it dictates the end result. Continue reading Made Me, Me: My Valentine Story
One never gets a second chance to make a first impression, but remember the first impression is not the last chance to make a good impression. Continue reading Second Impressions
Every time August comes around, I have this awful reoccurring dream. It’s the first day of school. Every thing is moving in slow motion. I’m panicking. I have no idea what I’m doing the first day of class.
This week has been Teacher appreciation week. Which, of course, brings with it many notes and letters from our students. As a person whose love language is words of encouragement, it is truly one of my favorite times of the year. These letters inspire and encourage me, but they also teach me.