I am Irene. I am an aspiring blogger and writer looking to influence the next generation towards their dreams. I want the rest to know that age is just a #, and you're never too old to begin a new dream from scratch.
Going down memory lane
A diary entry I wrote many year's a go when my daughter was a baby: My first time being a mom. Yes, God has blessed me with a good baby. She sleeps through the night. When I got sick, I had to stop nursing her. It was effortless to adjust, and she didn't refuse the formula, and my doctor is very content with her! She gains well, and she eats well. She is a very healthy baby.
Praising A Middle School Teacher
My children were in the same classroom over the pandemic to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. They placed siblings in the same family together within the school system. Their teacher was excellent, and he taught my children for two whole years; while raising toddlers simultaneously! He is a great father and an excellent, articulate teacher!
My moms brothers and our spiritual family!
Two months after, my mom passed away in an untimely death. I felt the need to write this writing piece up on behalf of her legacy, on behalf of her family, to let people know of the footprints my mom walked and all the men in her life she thanked who role-modeled fatherhood; starting with her brother Ken who finally found her!
Vice Principal who believes in inclusion
Mind maps are for everyone, both young and old, and mind-maps are for the child with a big dream. Mind-maps are for the A Student. Mind-maps are for the child others don't believe in to have a place of self-expression. Mind-maps are for the person with obstacles in their way. Mind-maps are for the CEOS who need to figure out how to get their company back on track. Mind-maps are the calmest way of resolution when it comes to weighing out distractions.
A letter to my kids principal: Praising Greatness!
Hello Mr. Principal, It was always lovely to see you at school with your children, as they helped you with fundraisers and other things within the school. Mr. Principal, you are an excellent example, and from what we know of your wife, so is she.
Playwright: A script I wrote in high-school!
Do you ever look over your writing to see how much you’ve grown? I often do that. I return to them whenever I have writer’s block and can’t find ideas. They’re helpful and inspire me when I lack inspiration. I encourage you all to write journals and save them. Every single thing that you write. Save it. Here is just a script I wrote with a classmate who was my pretend husband. We made a wedding scrapbook, which he let me keep, and I still have it. It’s helpful now that my sister is engaged, and I’m trying to help her plan her wedding.