I hope that everyone is having a lovely Thanksgiving filled (literally) with turkey, mashed potatoes, and pie. Oh, and people (and pets!) that you’re thankful for. I know I am! Except for the pie- not my thang.
Ah, life. What a crazy ride, right?
I’m not going to lie, my life has been a little tough lately. I know that I am very lucky to live in a place where clean water and great schools are abundant, but it’s still hard.
I have been very busy with doing what I love, which is working with kids. Although I want to teach secondary history education, I still love to gobble up the adorableness that are kiddos. I work pretty much every day from two to five hours babysitting. Love it, but it’s exhausting. I am flabbergasted that people to this 24-hours a day, 7 days a week. How do kids have so much energy?!
We can’t talk about daily life without school, right? I could do American History all day, every day. But math? Uh, no. Not my strong suit. Neither is Spanish, and I wish that I learned it earlier, because I know that the younger you are, the easier it is to learn a language. My elementary school taught Chinese maybe once a week, which was kind of annoying since a) I know how to say hello and 1-6, but I have zero clue what else they taught us, and b) I wish that they would have made Spanish a core course because Hispanic population will most likely be the majority in the next 20 years, so kinda useful to know.
Later this week I want to recap some trips I went on this summer. See you then!
Oh and happy ONE MONTH UNTIL CHRISTMAS! :)