Nothing’s better than relaxing and doing what you love on a Saturday. My one particular Saturday, today, is a good one. How do I get through it? I don’t go out, I don’t party, I just appreciate what I have that lies in my room. I must say, the view does help me NOT become depressed. The […]Read more "My Restful Saturday"
Once again in this place we call a boarding house, there are imperfect human beings. One of them is The Common room hypocrite. Right where we have our kitchen, where most of the complains come from, blotches of coffee, dishes that have been on the rack for days, and spilled sugar and milk cover the scene. […]Read more "The Common room Hypocrite"
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Greg Gage left a career in engineering when he realized his real passion was for neuroscience. He creates kits to help spark this interest in kids, so they don’t “miss their calling like I did.” Many of the kits involve experiments with roaches. Photo: Courtesy of Daily laurel Greg Gage is a…
Tonight I part with my journal. It rests in the bin beside me and would hopefully be recycled to a better place. This is THE JOURNAL. I started it ever since I moved into boarding school. Actually, about a month before. Tabs on the top indicate the months. I’ve been very consistent in writing in my […]Read more "Throwing My Journal Away"
This is me. I’m the youngest child out of 4. I’m a girl by the way. I was just extremely tom-boyish when I was younger and hated girl stuff (I always wanted to be a boy). I guess I’m the living proof of a spoiled child. They say the youngest gets away with everything. For […]Read more "The Youngest Child"
Lo and behold, life in a boarding house. It varies from person to person but I’m a fairly flexible one with the adaptability skills of a Tardigrade. I am a boarding student of a school in Western Australia. I am fairly lucky to have chosen one of the best boarding schools in the state. Every […]Read more "Life of a Boarder"