Having not posted anything since the beginning of football season, I have opted to begin writing again in preparation for a possible summer in another city: Providence, Rhode Island.
Considering I haven't put anything up in a while, I'm not expecting that anyone will be reading this, but just out of pure love of writing, I am going to start again.
Now that football season is over, and we have clinched the title, I have much more free time. My fall was spent roaming about the Southeast watching battle after battle, with the emotional ups and downs that go with it. I blame my grey hair on Fall 2007.
This being my last semester before student teaching, I am in the most interesting classes I've gotten around to taking since college began. It makes me very thankful that I picked up the double major. My political science classes keep me intrigued, and my American Folklore class is sparking ideas for amazing things I can use in my lessons later in life. All of this has helped me realize that I am not in fact as lazy as I make yself out to be, and that I want to go as far as possible with my education so that I can gain the knowledge and connections necessary to fulfill my goals in pushing education reform. Right now I don't really know what that entails, but I see myself learning more about it each day, and I get excited!
Help me stay driven... This feeling tends to fade as the semester goes on.