Tag: hope

Plant life, maybe

I learned to keep this plant alive during quarantine I can’t say that I picked up any “hobbies” during quarantine, but one thing I was able to keep alive was a plant that my mom gave me. In the past, my mother has been persistent in gifting plants and they have all had a failed […]

It’s never too late

Old Navy sweater brings comfort I can’t even remember the last time that I blogged. Yet when I do, I know it’s been ages. An eternity. A lifetime of anxiety, discomfort, awkwardness. When school started back up in early September I realized and understood that I would be busy. But I don’t think I was […]

Diamond in the rough (flower)

Florals bring life to dark vibes I always tend to wear black, no matter how much I want to stray away from this shade, its tone follows me around. Yet, when I wear anything floral, my outfits comes to life. I like to call this rough flowers. In reality they are the perfect addition to […]

There’s hope in rough places

Good evening everyone, it’s been over a week since I last posted content to the site. It just didn’t feel right to post my normal outfit ideas after this fight for justice and human life. What happened to George Floyd left me pretty speechless and thinking how real racism is and how cruel we as […]

Rockin Yellow

Sedgwick County is under a 30 day “Stay at Home” ordinance. It’s a bummer because today is just beautiful. It’s the perfect day to just drive with the windows down and feel the warm breeze through the entire car. It’s what we are wanting to do, bad. Until then we can only hope for better […]

Kickin these blues

Spring break vacation is coming to a close, but we aren’t returning to the traditional way of learning. The classroom I once knew isn’t going to exist this spring and that suddenly fills me some anxiety. I trust our school officials and leaders with the fate of student learning in this new way, but I […]

Staying in

Yesterday, the governor of Kansas notified the state that schools would be closed down for the remainder of the school year. It’s a fate we are all very uncertain about, especially educators, who feel heartbroken over the class of 2020. Yes, learning will still be going on, but it’s going to look different. How so? […]

In the name of Spring

I’m pretty sure I jinxed several things this week, one includes the possibility that spring was here. Today I woke up on break, but sadden with the fact that most of my time off will be spent in either rain or 40 degree weather. It’s a bummer. I wanted to feel the warmth on my […]

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