Teachers are empowered to transmit knowledge to students in their classrooms. Mr. Kriesberg, my junior high science teacher, taught me that the pursuit of knowledge is an adventure. Mrs. Greenberg, my senior high English teacher, demonstrated that Read More
Everyone who has had a dog for longer than a few years knows that dogs can get sick and that they need just as much care as people do. There is just . something heart-wrecking when you see your canine friend obviously suffering from a condition. And many times, the condition is caused by a bacterial infection.
My experience is that of my dog... Read More
Crying almost every morning and night that I have to do the shots. I dread waking up in the morning because I have to do the shots. I hate going to bed because I have to do the shots. Since I no longer do ab work in yoga I have a layer of pudge that makes shooting up a little easier but the medicine always burns and... Read More
Pardon me for this very personal post. Ive been thinking a lot about my father lately, probably as a result of the whole cancer scare, and feel the need to write about him and the relationship between sons and fathers in general. There is a point about OCD and anxiety to be made, so just bear with me.
Calling my father a tough guy is a... Read More
I was born in Mexico, but have lived in the U.S since the age of four. I have a five year old who loves to keep me moving! We love the beach and all outside experiences. I have six years experience in child Read More
Today was a miserable day at the office. My new boss nearly made me cry about six times this morning. Of all my years on the job, I have cried at the office three times. Not once was it work-related.
A coworker kept eyeing me this morning because I wasnt my normal... Read More