Tuesday, December 12, 2017

This may look easy, but it is very hard.

After several students tried, Myles was the only one who solved all three. Now that's brain power.






Tuesday, November 28, 2017

All because she was Indigenous. It makes me angry and sad.

Marlene Bird, Saskatchewan woman viciously assaulted, set on fire in 2014, dies

Linda Lavallee, friend of Bird, said the 50-year-old Indigenous woman died Monday at a hospital in Prince Albert, Sask. Lavallee also said Bird had forgiven Leslie Black, the man who attacked and sexually assaulted her.
PRINCE ALBERT, SASK.—A woman who lost both her legs and much of her eyesight after she was viciously attacked and set on fire in a back alley more than three years ago has died.
Linda Lavallee, a friend of Marlene Bird, said the 50-year-old Indigenous woman died Monday at a hospital in Prince Albert, Sask.
Lavallee said Bird entered hospital on Nov. 20, went into a coma on Wednesday and never regained consciousness after suffering heart, liver and kidney failure.
Lavallee said Bird had forgiven Leslie Black, the man who attacked and sexually assaulted her. But she was upset over the 16-year prison term he received in September, and the stress of the case and its outcome affected her health.
Friends saw what was happening to her and convinced her to go to hospital.
“It was very hard on her, even though she forgave (Black),” said Lavallee, a resident of Chilliwack, B.C. “She thought the amount of time that guy was going to get was never enough for the amount of pain she went through.

Friday, September 22, 2017

Why School Matters to You.

This may seem boring however, taking the time to watch it might just change your attitude and your life.