Just a girl, trying to be responsible during her last days at LU. Don’t be alarmed, I actually don’t mind… too much.
For Those of You Who Are Workin' Hard —- click to see . . . → Read More: Last Days At LU – A Video Blog
As my last few weeks of Con Ed come to a close, I would love to share with you the things I have learned about teaching, and things that I have learned from the kids. I think one of the most important parts of life is to continue learning. After University, after institutionalized learning ends, we . . . → Read More: A Reflection on Teaching
There’s nothing as Canadian as making fresh maple syrup. I had the experience from collection clear maple sap to enjoying sweet and gooey maple taffy this Easter weekend.
Sap Buckets in the Maple Forest
It was quite the production, and if there were not as many helping hands as there were it would have been quite the . . . → Read More: Maple Syrup Making
As the St. Patty’s day pictures on Facebook are finally dying down, and we are getting back into the last stretch of the University year, there is no excuse not to enjoy some St. Patty’s day festivities with LU. As much as I wish I had written this the night of, I was a little too . . . → Read More: St. Patty’s Day with Human Kinetics
Today in science class we had some little visitors. A representative from Scales Nature Park in Orillia came in to showcase some of the reptiles native to Ontario.
Contrary to popular belief, there is only one venomous snake in Ontario. The massassauga rattler is the is brown with large dark blotches on the outside and small blotches . . . → Read More: Snakes, Breaking the Stereotype
Scraping an inch thick of ice off my car to come into school at 8am was the last thing I wanted to be doing this morning. Especially with school busses being cancelled for the last three days. There was just something about waking up to another radio announcement that the school busses have been cancelled for . . . → Read More: Puppy Apocalypse
What are you listening to right now?
Are you listening to a song off itunes…? youtube…? windows media player…? your phone…? the radio…? Have you heard that song before?
I came across www.8tracks.com (not to be confused with the large cassette tape from the 80s…) while I was trying to discover new music. For me discovering music . . . → Read More: Discover 8 Tracks
Ukuleles on the Roof: LU Con-Ed PJ Pro Years on the roof of the Parker
Us Con-Ed students are a hardworking bunch. As I had mentioned in Trading Textbooks for Ukuleleswe have been practicing our ukuleles religiously since the beginning of the year.
It was actually our teacher, David Buley’s dream that we participate in a ukulele . . . → Read More: Ukulele Flash Mob!
Last week a very devastating event occurred. My huge one-litre water bottle spilled in my book bag and all over the contents inside including: my wallet, a parking ticket, and my brand new macbook pro. Needless to say, I was extremely upset. It was in the middle of two major project due dates, both which were . . . → Read More: Laptops and Water Bottles Do Not Mix
She’s at it again. Yes ladies and gentlemen, yours truly has found another recipe to try from pinterest! This time its not something as complicated as the strawberry sandwich , but still delicious nonetheless.
This time I chose to make a simple recipe, chocolate chip muffins. I’ve always wanted to try making chocolate chip muffins, so I . . . → Read More: Pinterest Makes: Chocolate Chip Muffins