The life of a college student rarely involves early morning walks (unless they are that of shame), but on one brisk April morning I took a hot cup-o-joe to my neighbor Julia.
I have recorded my journey for your viewing pleasure…
1) I do not walk that quickly, I had to speed up the footage to keep you on your edge of your seat.
2) My nail color is Lapis of Luxury by Essie.
3) Julia hates coffee.
I must first apologize to those whom only clicked on this post in hopes of seeing photos of some super cool fort I made. Sorry guys, I’ve been sick the past week or so and have only erected unimpressive, sad, sneezy sheet-forts in my bed (Delirious on Dayquil, party of one?).
I thought it was about time I got some waffle-enthusiasts in on the blogging fun.
Here I have featured some anonymous mini-guest-bloggers whom I have asked to answer the SoulPancake query on pg.180…
List Five Things You Can Learn From a Five Year Old:
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My favorites in the bunch?
“Speak your mind”
“mac and cheese is delicious”
“A good fake cry can sometimes be quite useful”
“If you love someone, TELL THEM”
“How to get rid of cooties”
“Don’t sweat the small stuff”
“The value of naptime”
“If you want to sing out, sing out”
What can YOU learn from a 5 year old?
Comment with your answers!
This exercise made me think of an article
I read head a few months back about what
children think about LOVE. Check it out,
its a guaranteed smile.
The more I am in the library, the more empty boards I find to
vandalize scribe on.
Today’s inspiration came from a tweet from fellow Marist student Luke Shane (@LShane262).
“If you can’t excel with talent,
triumph with effort”
To see other random acts of scribe-spiration see here, here, & here.
Thanks for the inspiration, scribe on everybody.
Today is a ‘retreat day’ at school, which although I have no idea it’s purpose, I am grateful for my canceled classes.
I found this to be a perfect opportunity to be a blackboard scribe yet again, but alas, there are only whiteboards in the library (where I am camping out for the day). I can work with that.
On my original Blackboard Scribe post, a friend of mine (@lynniepants) suggested the following quote…
“PEACE. It does not mean to be in a place where there is no noise, trouble, or hard work. It means to be in the midst of those things and still be calm in your heart” – unknown
Thanks Lynn for the scribe-spiration and breaking into an empty classroom with me.