I haven’t done as much writing as I would have liked to during my time in Bogotá. I only have a week and a half left, and it looks like most of the writing I will be doing is lesson … Continued
In pre-kinder, there are three rules: obey right away, love and respect others, and raise your hand in silence. I sometimes refer to a rule when I am teaching a Bible lesson. Today I was teaching about when Samuel anointed … Continued
We’ve been planning since last week to go up to Monserrate, so today we did. Last Saturday we thought we were going to go up Monserrate, but since we found out it’s cheaper on Sundays, we ended up just walking … Continued
Great Colombian Foods that Ryan Could Eat:1. Coffee.2. Rotisserie Chicken.3. Mango Biche. Slices of mango with lime and salt.4. Bandeja Paisa, except for the ground beef. 5. Plantain Chips. 6. Candied Coconut.7. Bakery bread.8. Arroz con Pollo, and all the … Continued
It’s good when it is good to say,“Tomorrow will be like today.”
I should get back in the habit of blogging. It helps me to remember things. I just updated my list of places I’ve slept throughout college. Am I forgetting anyplace? 91. Somewhere south of GR at the house of an … Continued
This semester I didn’t write poetry.There weren’t any rhymes in my head–just wishes to wanderand longings to lingerand dreams about going to bed.
I have been very frustrated with school this semester, mostly because I have a high concentration of education courses. I have a hard time motivating myself to do work that teaches me nothing except that I don’t like to do … Continued
I lost half of my tan today.The melanin was washed awaywith soap and water down the drain–and summer’s gone and done the same.
I’ve been back at Trinity for almost a month, and I finally feel like the school year has started. This week was my first yearbook meeting, my first work shift, my first tutoring sessions and the honor’s kick-off fest. Best … Continued