The Great Migration

Every year fish migrate thousands of miles back to their place of birth.  Like the many fish in the sea who travel back to their home, I too have done the same.  I recently made the move back to the land of cheese, beer and great football.  I could not be happier with the decisions I have made with my new career and moving back to my hometown.

After graduating from high school, I sought out to spread my wings and fly away.  I moved to another state where I spent four years becoming the passionate and fierce person that I am today, and learned that I am capable of more than I ever dreamed.   The time I spent at “camp Deni-Doo” will always remain some of the most memorable times in my life, and I was able to travel and experience different cultures around the world.  I left college with a new perspective on the things I wanted out of life, and took ahold of an opportunity to work in Texas.

The time I spent in Texas was an eye-opening experience, filled with many challenges and great success.  The year I spent in Texas was a roller coaster of emotions, crazy nights, and life changing opportunities.  I can’t believe how fast this year has flown by, and that my time spent in Texas has finally come full circle.

Living and working in Texas has had many ups and downs.  I have been able to experience Texas for what it truly is and I must say, there is no place like Texas.  This past year I worked  to help get 9th graders back on track in English, and let me tell y’all I am going to miss hearing them say “Miss you rachet”.  These kids have forever changed me in more ways than I can describe, and I know that they will always remain close to my heart.

I am so proud of how much my students have grown this year, and am excited that I will be able to return back and visit for many years to come!

 

 

P.S. Now that I am finally getting settled into my new life, be on the lookout for more updates on my life, Paleo recipes, and road to becoming a pageant girl!