Why I’ve decided to stop reading all of the books and stop learning about learning, according to a new survey
Posted September 02, 2018 04:23:21I was in kindergarten, and the school day started off with me sitting at the front of the classroom, reading my favorite stories and stories about kids who had been diagnosed with a special condition.
Then I’d go back to my seat and watch a movie, play with the kids, or take a break.
I remember a few years ago, I went back to a movie with a friend of mine.
She said, “Do you know why I’m so sad right now?”
And I said, Yes.
And then we’d go play together and she’d say, “When I was in Kindergarten, I used to sit in my favorite spot in the classroom.”
I think she was just so sad that she wasn’t able to get into the room to talk to me anymore.
I’m just sad that I’m sitting there.
I’ve always wanted to know why.
And now that I know, I’m not even thinking about the books anymore.
I read a lot of books, I have a collection of books that I read and love, but I also want to stop learning everything about learning and just start writing.
And I’ve got a lot going on in my life right now, and I’m going to try and find the time to stop and read a book or two a day.
I started reading a lot when I was a kid.
When I was six or seven years old, I had a hard time keeping up with the news because we had a whole different system.
So I would always be listening to the news or listening to my mom and dad.
And so I started reading.
When we were going to school, I would be the first one in the house to get to school.
And in Kindergartens, there were all these different books that everyone would be reading.
And the first time I heard the word “Kindergarden,” I thought, Oh, that’s right.
I think it was because I had always been reading that.
I went back home to my grandparents, and they were reading a book called “The K-Book” and they asked me, “Where do you want to go to school?”
I was like, “What?”
They were like, Oh.
You know, we want you to go home and read.
And it was like this thing where you’re supposed to read the book, but you’re just reading the book.
And you just get on with it.
So that was the first book that I ever read, because it was so important to me.
And my mom said, I want you reading it to me every day.
And when I started school, my grandmother would read it to my cousins, so I got to read it a couple times.
I read a couple books when I went to school in the ’90s.
And those books are all books I’ve read.
They’re just that good.
So the more I read, the more the world around me starts to change.
I feel like I’m getting older.
It’s just been a really good decade.
The last two years, it’s been a lot.
But there are things that I can’t change, like how I look.
I feel like the years that I’ve been at the K-School, I can change my hair color and my eyebrows and I can do all these things.
I don’t think I’ll ever have to stop.
I’m really trying to make time for other things.
For example, I read The New Yorker and it’s just great.
But I can read other magazines that are really great.
I just really don’t read the same kind of magazines.
I’ve really been wanting to try to get more of a literary background.
I would say that if you were going into kindergarten, you were like “Wow, this is a new world.”
And then after you got there, you would start noticing things like, You can’t play that way with other kids.
It feels like this is really different.
I mean, we’re supposed “normal” in the K School.
We don’t really see it as an environment where we have to pretend.
And yet I feel so much pressure to not be like, I don, like, cry when I hear a kid cry.
I can see that they’re crying.
They’ve been crying.
It just seems like this pressure.
So, you know, if I can just get a little bit more of that perspective on it, I think I can actually enjoy my time at school more.
I think that I feel really lucky to be in Kinderland, and to have the kids that I do.
And to be able to sit there and read books and watch movies and play with them, that I want to do, that just seems really rewarding.
And then to be like that with them is something I just feel really, really blessed to be