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Back in February I wrote my first blog on the fear I associated with this project. I realize now, that while I was afraid I would fail at this project, I was more overwhelmed by the task we had before us. … Continue reading
Back in January, as I readied myself for the new semester, I drove a few miles to the nearest Wal-Mart and picked up new pencils, pens, and notebooks for myself. Today, the school supplies we have been collecting started out … Continue reading
“We just got a letter! We just got a letter! We just got a letter! Wonder who it’s from?” When I was in kindergarten, I loved Blue’s Clues. It was a brand new show at the time, and it made … Continue reading
My brother is a large part of my life. And, I don’t mean large just because he is 6’ 5”. I mean large in the fact that we would do pretty much anything for each other. Sure, we fight sometimes, … Continue reading
Sometimes I forget how time flies. One of the things that always makes me realize a semester is drawing to a close is registering for the next semester’s classes. Well, this morning I did just that, and, after a few … Continue reading
Well Spring Break has come and gone, it was nice but it was definitely too short. However, it was a rousing success in terms of work done for our school supplies project! Last night, I went to St. Andrews United … Continue reading
Last Friday I was sleeping in a bit (Isn’t that what Friday’s are for?) when I received a text message from my mother. It was a simple “R u awake?” (My mother loves to be hip and speak “text” language. … Continue reading
I’ve always known I was a bit lucky. In elementary school, we all start to learn the history of our country. We learn about the tenants that America was founded upon; Freedom of Religion being a major one. You also … Continue reading
This week really kicks off our school supply drive. We are sending out our donor letters and finalizing our plans for a collection event we must lead. Everything is starting to come together nicely, and I’m excited to start seeing … Continue reading