One of my close friends thought it’d be fun to try online dating, so I thought . . . why not? She’s honestly the sort that was TOTALLY against online dating and she hardly ever tries anything new. For her to actually make an account and start trying out an app to find someone made me realize . . . that I should give this a shot too. At the end of the day, the two of us, including Selene, were totally . . . over this online dating. No more. Continue reading
So, I have a problem. It’s not really a problem, but something I’ve noticed that annoys me about my own personality. However, I think that there is some backstory to be told here before I get into my whole thought process/rant.
***Egocentric, insensitive whining alert! Do not read if you aren’t prepared for self-centred ramblings out of self-pity. America’s got it bad and all, but I don’t even have it in me to go there.***
I am not “new” to the world of teaching, however I am only one month in to my professional training to be a certified educator. So far, one of the (many) things I’m worried about when starting my practicum is the bit on professionalism.
By that, I don’t mean being searchable on Google and the prospects of future students/parents/teachers finding anything unprofessional about me–Even if my Facebook was visible, they wouldn’t be able to find anything remotely inappropriate. Instead, my biggest concerns relates to how I can form bonds with each member of the class I am assigned to without being unprofessional about it.
It’s the wedding season — where millions of wedding photos flood your Facebook feed reminding people “Hey, I have someone that loves me enough to spend the rest of my life with me.”
Let’s not go into the hurt and envy that happens when a single person sees those person. I mean, I know its supposed to be a happy occasion — it’s the bride and groom’s day. They paid thousands upon thousands of dollars on that special day. They join in matrimony — a happy occasion, most definitely.