As an administrator, I often tell the kids to block whomever is bothering them on social media or on their cell phone. The funny thing is, in real life, I have a hard time blocking people. I am often told that I’m too nice. It’s true. I try to listen to everyone’s perspective and giveContinue reading “BLOCKED”
Tell Us About Yourself I’m Bailey. I wrote poetry based on my experience living with mental health issues. I have been writing since I was a small child. Writing has always been an escape for me. I fell in love with poetry in high school. What accomplishment are you most proud of? The accomplishment I’mContinue reading “Author Spotlight: Author Bailey Gee”
Originally posted on September 9, 2021 by Bel Canzo If someone asked me what I think about the difference between my culture and America’s culture at this moment, I would probably cry. In Brazil, my country, we usually take care of our parents when they are not able to take care of themselves anymore. I wrote about this before, butContinue reading “Culture, Diversity, and the Elderly”
“ I don’t think you can truly handle a challenge.”
My favorite part of the day, however, is when my daughter says, “This was the BEST day ever!”
Even Though the bathroom was humid, I felt a cold wind breeze on my neck. My mind went down a terrible path. I watch many apparition-based films, but I was not sure whether or not I believed in those things in real life.
I’m at least 82% sure I’ll never go tubing again. Not that the experience wasn’t thrilling, I just think it was a one time deal for me.
A few days ago, I was listening to the radio. Tamia’s song “Me” began to play and I realized that I am truly happy with where I am in life. I am happy because I choose me. Choosing me means loving myself for who I am and choosing to do things that make me happy.Continue reading “I Choose Me”