Hello everyone, for this quarter of college I’m taking classes that aren’t as taxing as my math and science courses were. Yep you guessed it, low-key courses. My courses include, American Civil War history (easy for me!), Microsoft Excel, and Sociology of the Family (very interesting!). Allow me to explain my thoughts and experiences briefly […]Read more "A New Perspective of Myself"
Today I took an hour practice before my driving test. Suffice it to say I didn’t get a whole lot of sleep last night, as I kept tossing and turning unsure of my result in the following morning. Morning came I tried to calm myself down by doing some deep breathing exercises, but it didn’t […]Read more "Drivers License Test (passed it)"
Taking a step One foot in front of the other Right and left Or Left and right Just remember its going to be alright The sun may shine on you Making your day bright The clouds may surround you from all sides Making you feel demoralized But have faith We were meant to walk Don’t always think about […]Read more "Taking a Step"
This guest post is brought to us by Heather Jensen who is in association with Utah State University For many people who stutter, it begins between the ages of 2 to 4 years. Many of these people will then outgrow stuttering by 7 to 8 years of age. About 1% of the population, or about 3 […]Read more "How Stuttering Affects Your College Education"
We’ve made promises that we didn’t think through, We’ve said things without thinking them all the way, I wish I could turn back time, But you know that the past is behind, I wish to correct my wrongs, To turn them into rights, To allow compromise, Instead of fights, I wanted to help us grow […]Read more "The Road Traveled"
With things happening in the world, there are huge changes that has happen that will change society. Some people are lije the spectators, they dont agree nor disagree but just watch and never give anyone their opinions because they want to see what will happen. Now there is people who are activist who will take […]Read more "Adapting and Growing"
The bright sun blinds you, the tall grass brushes against your sides, and the smell of gunpowder overpowering your nostrils till they became nullified. This was the Battle of Union Gap. Our brutal battle started off as all others did in 1865, bunch of soldiers sitting around a campfire (though in broad daylight) and cleaning […]Read more "Battle of Union Gap: Texan Initiates"
The title suggests something more extravagant, such as a baby on the way or something that makes you spit coffee (or tea) out your nose. No mine is just about grades from college. Ever since I turned in my math final to the secretary, I’ve been nervously checking my school’s “Check My Grades” tab to […]Read more "Wonderful News"
Last Saturday was the Battle of Deep Creek, known as the Battle of Spokane. The battle itself was held at Medicine Lake, which is close to the Eastern Washington Hospital. My family and I were staying at O’Sullivan Sportsman Resort over in Moses lake, which is a good two-hour drive from the battlefield. We decided […]Read more "Battle of Deep Creek – Battle Hill and the Forest of Shadows"
On Saturday me, Clonejill, Thanetos, and my dad went to this laser tag event center called Virtual Sports. The first time I heard about this place was when a friend of mine posted on Facebook, “Scared the s*it out of some noobs, man it’s GREAT being a zombie! Plus I got paid!” I asked him […]Read more "Zombie Hunt: The Rise of the Unicorn Zombie Apocalypse Squad"