Lines don’t come cheap or easy. It just sounds as if they do.
Because that’s the sweet spot I’ve learned to aim for—the moment when readers snicker or make fake barfing noises.
I want to inform students that history didn’t happen in a vacuum and is not confined to events in history books.
There is just something wrong with adults teaching kids how to be rockers.
It’s a cautionary tale, but also a recognition of what it feels like to fall in love with teaching.
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