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Letter to My High School Self (Entry 14 of Autobiography)

The book, “What I Know Now”, is a book about notable women picking a time in their youth to write a letter to their younger self.  742 more words

Book Of Sorts...An Ongoing Autobiography

Why Work?

This morning I was reading through Ecclesiastes, and there is only one word to describe some of the thoughts contained in this book… depressing.

Solomon details his journeys through gaining riches, success, wealth, wisdom, possessions, and really anything you can think of. 492 more words

Faith

School Life (Entry 13 of Autobiography Part 3)

My relationships in grade school were quite diverse.  I started in search for that one best friend and being lucky enough to have found more than one great company.  979 more words

Book Of Sorts...An Ongoing Autobiography

School Life (Entry 13 of Autobiography - Part 2)

My journey began in my pre-nursery year in Chiang Kai Shek School in Abad Santos, Manila. My Chinese teacher was this small dark woman.  I could not forget her hug and kiss to me at the end of the school year.  969 more words

Book Of Sorts...An Ongoing Autobiography

#FirstWorldProblems

Today, I nearly put myself in a really bad mood that would have spoilt the rest of my evening.

What for? Because I was frustrated that I had to deal with a uniquely first world problem -deciding whether to show up  for an engagement that I didn’t really want to go to. 408 more words

Everything Under The Sun

School Life (Entry 13 of Autobiography)

I was invited to do a Career Talk in Poveda two weeks ago.  Below is my last advice to the 10th graders about picking a career in life… 211 more words

Book Of Sorts...An Ongoing Autobiography

Creating Westlandia in the Garden

I read Weslandia, the amazing picture book by Paul Fleishman, about a boy who does not quite fit in to his neighborhood, who creates his own civilization in his back yard. 82 more words

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Using Paul Fleishman's book Weslandia in the garden: