Currently my dream job is to be a teacher. It’s to have my own classrooms with my own students. It’s to be busy with teaching, projects, and whatnot 😏😏.
- Be a full-fledged teacher
- Move to a warmer state like Florida or California… or maybe even Texas… nah, too hot
- Start a family
Sheesh! It’s more of just wake up, eat breakfast (most of the time), and then go about my work. Nothing special 😜😜.
A challenge I’ve overcome is my nervousness. Well… I haven’t totally overcome it. It’s more like an ongoing process. In truth, I’m overcoming it every day, more or less; some days better than others. I guess in a sense, you could say that I’ve gotten better at it in terms of controlling it. It was worse when I was a child. I wasn’t born with it. It developed after I became a victim of bullying in 2nd grade.
I wouldn’t say I was talkative as a child, but I wasnt afraid of speaking either. But after my stuttering developed, I was afraid to even open my mouth. My stuttering has come and gone. In situations where I felt comfortable, no one would be able to tell that I even had a stutter. When I talk with my brothers, I speak normally, no stuttering in sight. However, when I’m in situations I’m not comfortable with such as meeting new people, presentations 😢, phone calls 😢😢 (even though I’m afraid of talking to people, I would still rather talk in person rather than talk to someone over the phone), etc. It’s hard but hey!, it’s life. Yes, I get angtsy at times because I’m nervous. Yes, I might want to throw in the towel every now and then. And yes!, sometimes I might have to actually throw in the towel and admit defeat. But I won’t let that stop me from doing what I love the most. Teaching!
I used to think that the moon followed me wherever I went. Every time I would get in the car, I would watch the moon making its way through the sky, following me ❤ ❤
Photo: Super Blue Blood Moon, January 2018
Photo Credit: Tasneem Mahrusha
The heat is constantly running yet the house is freezing cold. The house sways and creaks to the wind’s battering.
says my 3-year-old when I ask him to say thank you
He sounds like a Pokémon ❤ ❤
The kids were eating animal crackers. I noticed one was a hippo and I pointed it out to D.
Me: “Oh, look D. It’s a hippo.”
D: “Po.” (while looking up at me)
Me: “It’s a hip-po, D. Can you say hip-po?”
D: ….. “Po.”
Ayyyy 😍😍. He’s so cute❤❤. He can’t quiet speak yet, except for his numbers and letters, but he will try to mimic if you ask him to say something.