God Bless Our Schools

God Bless Our Schools

So, this past week I had the pleasure to teach a 6th Grade English Language Arts classroom, and boy, let me tell you, they’re a fun group. I’ve mentioned in a previous blog post that every time I leave the school after teaching, I feel inspired, burdened, and excited. I love teaching. It’s so rewarding. After one of my lessons last week, a little girl came up to me after class and said, “Miss Elizabeth, you are such a great teacher.” One of the biggest compliments I’ve ever received came from a little girl I barely knew. Continue reading “God Bless Our Schools”

My Mother’s Hands

My Mother’s Hands

I’ve recently written a paper about the relationship of children with their parents in literature. Authors so often use that relationship as some type of metaphor or symbol in their writing because it’s just so unique. There truly is no other type of relationship like it in the world. When I sit down and think that I am made up of two different people who love one another unconditionally and have spent my whole life trying to give me the best, I am overwhelmed and amazed. Continue reading “My Mother’s Hands”

Tuesdays With (YOU)

Tuesdays With (YOU)

Happy Tuesday, everyone!!! I am so exited about this post because it is soooo relevant to my life right now. So in my “About Me” page, you can find that I get a lot of inspiration from the books I read. Saying I love to read is an understatement, but a lot of people already know that. But, what a lot of people do not know is that I love Tuesdays! Tuesdays? Yes, Tuesdays, and it all comes from a book I read once. It’s not very long and is an easy read, but it has so many good points. Just one of those books that has “helped me grow” (See blog post “Growing”). This also seems fitting because I just this week started my last semester of observation hours before I student teach in the fall. I leave every afternoon motivated, burdened, and excited to become the best teacher I can possibly be. Continue reading “Tuesdays With (YOU)”