Teaching to Learn and Learning to Teach


What to Wear

I don’t like to change my clothes multiple times a day. What do you wear, however, to prepare for a day in the office, eating frozen yogurt with an international fashion designer, and an extended evening babysitting three rambunctious boys? This is what I chose :) .

My student-employee who is a dear friend, her mom, and I had a great time at fro-yo. We talked about life, moving to a different continent, education, racism, parenting and fashion. I could have talked with the two of them for many more hours. They are amazing women and dear sisters in Christ. Oh… and I don’t usually wear my purple shirt because one of the design elements isn’t sewn right so it sticks up if the shirt is not laying just right. Mrs. C. told me how to fix it. I can’t wait to give it a try.

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I LOVE your outfit! I am so jealous of your wardrobe! You have the cutest tops! I think you should move closer so you can share them with me! :o)

Comment by Belinda

Let’s be honest, B. You don’t need to share my wardrobe; you just want me to move closer :). I know your ultimate plan is to have EVERYONE you love up there. I definitely wouldn’t mind living closer to you or sharing. Love ya!

Comment by teachingtolearn

[…] my sweet friend Raqel over with her whole family who is visiting. I had met her mom before but this time I got to meet […]

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