I've noticed some new faces around here since my last post, and first, I'd like to thank everyone who has taken the time to read my posts and to like and comment on them! The interaction and positive feedback has been great to see, and I can't wait to see this blog grow even more! … Continue reading 50 Random Facts About Me!
It's been awhile since my last post, and honestly, I've missed posting on here SO MUCH! But, as you may or may not know, I recently started my first semester of college, and I did not expect to be so busy, especially because I am only at the Columbus State Delaware Campus. This college was in no … Continue reading Life Update: Starting College, Anxiety, Deleting Social Media, Forgiveness, Switching Schools? Changing My Major? Let’s Catch Up!
I wanted to get on here and discuss a few things that have been on my mind. Recently, I was asked the question, "what are some of the most frustrating parts about life in a wheelchair, and what's the most helpful thing for people to do?" After mulling it over for a few weeks, here's … Continue reading Let’s Talk: My Thoughts and Experiences on life in a wheelchair
**SPOILERS AHEAD** Working at a movie theater, I get the common question from customers, "Oh, have you seen this movie yet? What did you think?" and its a logical assumption that I would see a lot of movies. I get in for free, I know what's out, I get discounted concessions etc. But truth be told, once … Continue reading Movie Monday: The Big Sick vs. Baby Driver
I've been debating back and forth whether or not I was going to blog about my two week trip out to Texas, and all that it entailed. Many thoughts went through my mind, "It's too controversial," "I don't even know what to say," "People won't listen to me, I didn't even do a good enough … Continue reading Where I Was for 2 Weeks…
The end of senior year is jam packed with so many activities and responsibilities, that before you know it, it's over! I never once believed anyone who told me that high school would be the quickest four years of your life, until I was stepping off the stage at graduation, and then it hit me, … Continue reading How to Survive Your First Road Trip, and How Mine Went
There was a lot that went into this weekend, a lot of people working both behind the scenes and on the scene to make this the best it could've been. I'm not sure if I can include all of my thank you's and have it be enough, but the best I can do is try. … Continue reading A Night of Thank You’s
**The following article was originally published in the January 2017 issue of The Beacon, The Olentangy High School newspaper and media class. I was given the amazing opportunity to guest write for the issue, and work with the amazing students and staff of The Beacon. All thanks to them. Any information in the article was researched and fact checked … Continue reading Drivers Abuse Handicapped Spaces
America is facing a serious epidemic within our school systems. The catalyst of this epidemic, is the recent learning philosophy we’ve instilled in students’ minds, that the way to learn is simply through memorization. Memorization, while it may work for the 30 minute test, will not work when we send our children, siblings, cousins, nieces, … Continue reading Elocutions on Education
Writing frees me, yet chains me to Its command. Sending my mind racing and mouth salivating with urgency; And when I reach out, the words are torn from me, like a beast whose treat was ripped from its’ jowl. Each eraser mark, a tug on the chain. Punches and abuse, until my mind … Continue reading Chained Freedom