Orientation

I went in for school orientation today. I almost missed it though, woke up with ten minutes to get out of the door. Usually my internal alarm clock is pretty good - but today it failed me by waking me up an hour and a half early and then going off an hour late the … Continue reading Orientation

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My journey with dyslexia and the advantages and disadvantages

I think a while back I posted a speech I gave at a convention about learning disabilities, which actually got far more views than I expected. In fact, so many that I wanted to investigate why this was. So I took to google and with a quick google search I found the reason why. There … Continue reading My journey with dyslexia and the advantages and disadvantages

Lucky by Tony Hoagland (Summary, Analysis and Review)

Lucky is a poem written by Tony Hoagland, an American author. I just read this poem and found it really quite clever so I thought I would write my thoughts about it here. I often get that with books or poems where I read them and then am left so full of thoughts and feelings … Continue reading Lucky by Tony Hoagland (Summary, Analysis and Review)

Thirst For Knowledge, The Issue With School(Thought of the day #6)

"Don't let schooling interfere with your education"-Mark Twain I saw this quote today and wow, it kind of stuck me. I mean there are countless things which I see wrong with our system of education, none of which I have found the solution to yet so I will refrain from going on too much about … Continue reading Thirst For Knowledge, The Issue With School(Thought of the day #6)

Bronze, Silver, Gold

A heart of silver will always have more worth than a heart of gold in my eyes For perfection is what tarnishes itself and turns it paradoxical There is something special about not quite being the best No one truly appreciates it I find as everyone is so blinded with the lime light of gold … Continue reading Bronze, Silver, Gold