I know, I neglected this blog since leaving Culver, and I haven't shared about the amazing things that have happened since. From attending Tufts University and finding the most amazing school to work at, to finding a church and a fellowship community that has changed my life. I hope to write more, I hope to … Continue reading Haven’t written in a while!
There are two types of people in this world. Those who eat to live and those who live to eat. I live to eat (which is pretty evident based on my physical appearance and other attributes), and since I started going to college, I've also dabbled in cooking. Some context: my parents both love to … Continue reading Cooking Adventures! (1) Butter & Soy Sauce
Wow, I feel bad for not updating this blog for a long time. I guess, on the one hand it's good that I'm busy in both school and my classes (school meaning student teaching versus classes meaning Tufts). On the other, I did hope to write more and be consistent with my writing. Every week … Continue reading Week 5-7: It’s been a while…
I've been thinking about writing this post for a while. It's been so much fun teaching and working with students, and through these experiences, I've learned a great deal. Some are from my classes and the readings that I've been engaging in, but also just the experiences I've had in the classroom. I want to … Continue reading Hidden Curriculum (1): Things I’ve Learned/Experienced So Far
Today officially marks my eighth day in Boston. This post is not so much of introspective deep contemplation but rather just rambling and a collection of thoughts. I don't know why but I feel it's appropriate in some form to express some thoughts as I actually begin classes and even begin going to my school … Continue reading T-Minus Day 1
HELLO! I recognize that it's been a while since I wrote something. I apologize, but I have a good reason! I've been getting settled into my new home in Boston. For those who aren't in the know, I'm currently about to embark on a one year Masters program to get a Masters in Teaching as … Continue reading Starting Something New!
Our cruise was set to leave Vienna the next day at around midnight, which meant we had a whole day still to explore. Today's itinerary for myself, included a tour of the (Kunsthistorisches Museum) Museum of Fine Arts in the Museum Quartier and a bike tour along the Danube. I had initially been signed up … Continue reading Danube Discoveries: Day 5 (Still in Vienna)
It's now been adequate time since I left Culver and I've been thinking about writing a retrospective on my experience there. Personally, I felt like I grew a great deal mentally and spiritually during the six weeks and have had my life permanently changed as a result of my short tenure at Culver. I am … Continue reading Culver Summer School & Camps Retrospective 2017
After enjoying breakfast at the hotel, we gathered our things and boarded the river cruise van to take us to the river Danube where we would board our ship. Luckily, despite what the welcome packet described, we were able to enter our rooms and get settled as soon as we boarded. Our room is quite … Continue reading Danube Discoveries: Day 4 (Vienna Round Two)
Our second day in Prague, day 3 of the entire trip, we had arranged a three-hour van tour of Prague, designed for us to see the various parts and historical areas of Prague while also giving opportunities to stop and take a gander. While Prague is indeed a "walking" city, having a van allowed … Continue reading Danube Discoveries: Day 3 (Passing through Prague)