Earth Fest 2013 was such a great day; friends, food, and great music
For the summer I think I’m going to bring back a look from freshman year: dark DARK brown long hair, bangs and red lipstick. Wish me luck!
“You should show appreciation everyday of the year” this is true but that doesn’t mean that everyday of the year we need to cook them breakfast take them out to dinner and buy them flowers.
It’s a day to remind them how special they are. It’s uplifting to mothers and people who feel the need to find this day’s faults are beyond frustratingly cliche.
I mean it’s one thing if you only see your mom one day a year but instead of being negative why not turn things around and think “hey I’ve been away at school for a couple months and it would be nice to let my mom know that I think of her and take her out”
I’m so tired of my routine of going from one thing to the next
It’s just a cycle of study, exam, sleep sometimes, repeat
So I am a happy campa!
I knew it would be close to never before I finally started on my entries to learn more about myself but I’m just trying to find a good list of prompts! It’s so hard though because most are books that cost money and that is not happening
who posts a billion pics a month after but they just put up all the photos from our photo booth so we just got a ton of pictures!
Just casually transforming from two of the ugliest ducks around to #1 best looking couple
I know that today will be worth it when test day comes on Wednesday.
This post is more about my amazing teacher, Mr Siddiqui, who puts more time towards his students than any teacher I’ve ever known or heard of. I don’t think he’ll ever understand the appreciation I have for him for all he’s done, from giving me his high five of approval when I made the calculus revelation of the year, to giving me a snack and water when I had nothing to eat after school, to staying at the school from 8 in the morning to 8 at night on a Saturday so that he can help us before the exam. He’s given me a new love for both teaching and mathematics, which although I already wanted to go into, I have no doubt I will now. By being his student I now know how amazing this accomplishment of learning the Language of Love (the calculus) feels and it’s truly given me a yearning to give what will one day be the next generation, the same feeling. So even though you won’t see this, thanks you Mr. Siddiqui. What you have given me, my sense of success, means so much to me.