I truly think that there is more beauty in imperfection than perfection, for it is the imperfect things that truly make us beautiful. --me
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Sep 23, 2008

Wonder in White

I tried to figure out what type of flower this little guy is, well I just couldn't figure it out and I am just getting frustrated trying. If you have any ideas or if you know please feel free to leave a comment letting me know. Since I started my blogging I have learned so many interesting facts about some of the things I have posted. I have truly enjoyed this. But then again, I enjoy learning especially when I can do it at my own pace. I enjoy school don't get me wrong. I am hoping to go back and start my Master's Degree this next fall. I would like to teach on the college/university level. I originally thought that I would like to teach high school, but have since realized that I want to teach those who choose to be there. Granted in the beginning I might have pre-requisite classes but that is par for the course starting out. Most kids in college have chosen to be there though. So this is what I have planned for my future, now let's wait and see if this is what does happen. So much in my life right now has not gone anything like I would have planned but by no means would I change a thing, well maybe the tight on money situation but having my boys so close in age - one year and eleven days apart to be exact - has made for them to have a close bond growing up and yes I can see this already forming at their tender young ages of 10.5 months and 23 months old. I look forward to watching them grow up together. Well it is getting late and I can feel myself getting ready to ramble as I can do in my stream of conscious style of writing. Have a great Tuesday.


Louise said...

It's pretty! I'm not a start identifier, but this is a possibility: http://plants.usda.gov/java/profile?symbol=SILA21

Shellmo said...

I wish I knew what flower this was - when I first saw it - i thought it reminded me of a white butterfly w/ the shape of its petals.
I think it's extraordinary when someone wants to teach and share their knowledge with others! (My good friend chose to teach at college for the same reasons you are thinking - because they want to be there.)

Rambling Round said...

I don't know, but it is pretty and dainty.

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