Through social media I have been able to get back in touch with some of my students. I taught them when they were 10 years old and they are now adults. I was so happy to get in touch with a few of them and I am so proud of all they are aspiring to be in their lives, it is just wonderful. After writing back and forth with a couple of my former students I realized how much I miss that time in my life. I was 21 when I started teaching and I taught until I was 28 and had my son. I was a good teacher. I loved my job and it showed. Even though I loved it then, I am not sure there is room in my life now for teaching. Things are different in the world of education now with common core and I am not sure if I could teach that way. I immersed myself in my job, my job was my life. Now things are different, now I have an 8 year old and a 2 year old with Down Syndrome so I couldn’t do a job like that anymore and give my all to it.
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I will no longer shop at Sephora. They are carrying a line of lipsticks from Kat Von D and one of the shades is called Celebutard. Celebrity+retard= Celebutard. I am so not laughing. Not even cute, or funny or humane. My daughter has Down Syndrome, and I so hate the use of the R word. It is rude, Kat Von D and Sephora.
I used to love to shop at Sephora and now I am so very disappointed. I will no longer shop in your store, and I will spread the word to others not to shop there. We all deserve an apology and you should remove the product from your shelves immediately Sephora. As for Kat Von D you definitely get an F.