Senior year is a transitory period. High school is ending, and everyone’s primary focus is on making a life for his or herself. It’s basically trial-mode for adulthood, with the privileges of being a child blending with the responsibilities of “real life.”
“Law and order exist for the purpose of establishing justice and when they fail in this purpose they become the dangerously structured dams that block the flow of social progress.”
— Martin Luther King Jr.
Well, it appears that Mother Nature has decided, at least for a couple days, that it can finally be spring. I am very happy about this. It is a little weird to be wearing capris the first week of April, but I'm not going to complain.
Regardless of trends, everyone has his or her own style. An outfit that’s the epitome of gorgeous to one person might be hideous to another. Because of this, clothing stores carry a wide range of different items in order to cater to almost everyone (and I do mean everyone).
I decided to interview my 3 year old this week to learn more about what goes on in her head. At first glance, it might seem like children only think about popsicles and postponing bedtime, but they are much more complex than that.
Sometimes we all encounter circumstances that, no matter how hard we try, are simply beyond our control. Without question, it’s intimidating, but how one handles that out-of-control feeling matters most.