Monthly Archives: April 2016

Box of Memories

When my dad moved two years ago, he gave me a shoebox labeled “Mo’s letters” in my handwriting. I put it in the trunk of Odie’s car and forgot about it. Before our recent trip to the Bay Area, Odie … Continue reading

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Gesundheit

Yesterday, I had so much time before the AP exams. Yesterday, I had months of time. Today, I have minutes. I’ve taught my students nothing. They’ve learned nothing. It’s all been a huge waste. I could have used this time … Continue reading

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