Living in Georgia during an election year wasn’t previously stressful like it is now. Prior to 2018, Georgia’s political leanings were fairly reliable. I had a general idea of which candidates would win and what color Georgia would be on maps when it popped up during news segments. I also knew from much earlier in … Continue reading Why I’m still voting.
I’m not trying to take your guns.
I voted on Tuesday and came out to the news that more children had been killed by gun violence. They were not my biological children, but they were still mine to care about and to keep safe, to help grow and live. When children die from guns, we are all responsible. When children kill other … Continue reading I’m not trying to take your guns.
Nothing is meaningless.
During a pre-service teacher’s student teaching, typically journals are required to share feelings, experiences, and insight about what that time is illuminating. It’s not uncommon to read about future teachers having positive exchanges with students that affirm their career choice. When a student has a lightbulb moment and finally gets whatever it is that they’ve … Continue reading Nothing is meaningless.