Of Viruses And Humans by Inge Brendler, illustrated by Noor Alshalabi Carolina is a teeny-weeny tiny virus, way too small to see her with the naked eye. One day she accidentally ends up in a person’s body and likes it a lot there. Carolina finds humans and their life fascinating. She wants to learn more … Continue reading Of Viruses And Humans
Good afternoon! A while ago I wrote a post on how to make money going to college. If you didn't get a chance to read it you can find it HERE. I wanted to give you guys an amazing update about OneClass. Due to the coronavirus shutting down schools, many students are falling behind. OneClass … Continue reading Free Online Tutoring
Happy Resurrection Sunday! The greatest moment in all time. Three days after Jesus died for ALL off our sins, He miraculously rose from the grave. For the people that didn't believe, this was a real eye opener for them. This moment in time made it so that each and every one of us can have … Continue reading Happy Resurrection Sunday!
Hello family & friends! This Easter holiday is going to be much different for all of us. We most likely won't be spending it with our loved ones having the usual family dinner. The kids won't be having their Easter egg hunt with all their cousins and friends. I'm going to miss Easter dinner with … Continue reading Good Friday
I pray that as you are reading this that you are somewhere safe and healthy. The Coronavirus has shook the United States. More specifically the state of New York. Out of the 135,000 United States cases, 59,300 all fall in the state of New York. To say this is a scary time is an understatement. … Continue reading Coronavirus – Living In New York