Day Four: My day in bullet point form
-Woke up late. -Got ready in a rush -Left to go babysit my cousins -Hung out with my cousins (-Drew pictures) (-Played Harry Potter) (-Played games [checkers, Candyland, & made up games]) (-Gave them lunch) (-Watched TV) (-Played more games) -Drove home -Chatted with my parents (Margaret works from home, dad took a personal day) -Ate my leftovers from last night -Went on the...
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Check out Kristin’s blog post. I can totally relate, and it is definitely inspiring.
Day Three: A book I love
I’d have to say that a book that I hold close to my heart is Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl. I was probably in eighth grade when I read the story. Though Anne died of disease in a camp, before she had the chance to be free, her story and insight was just so powerful to me then, and still is. Despite being locked away, she was able to be so optimistic about life, and have such...
Day Two: Something I feel strongly about
It’s hard for me to just pick one issue, but I’d say that a few issues I feel strongly about are 1. The need for marriage equality. 2. The importance of comprehensive sex education (and affordable birth control). 3. The danger of fundamentalism OF ANY RELIGION. 4. The need for our education system to get a total revamp (think Waiting for Superman). 5. Funding for the...
Day One: Five ways to win my heart
1. Be kind and compassionate to others. 2. Be open minded and willing to compromise. 3. Surprise me. I don’t need a big and extravagant surprise (or even one that includes money), just do something thoughtful. I like surprises (good surprises, of course)! 4. Have a sense of humor. Nothing is more enjoyable to me than having a good laugh. I like to surround myself with people I...
Daniel Carrillo Wet Plates This is amazingness
Joys come from simple and natural things: mist over meadows, sunlight on leaves,...– Sigurd F. Olson (via julie911)