I posted a comment above about how it is pronounced differently (and sounds closer to Aziz/has similar emphasis) in Spanish.
And in Spanish, Isis is pronounced almost like “he SEES” said quickly, which doesn’t sound too far off from Aziz, actually.
I live ~10 min from In-N-Out...it's gross.
Just now watching on Netflix (and TBH I stopped watching and just checked the Wikipedia synopses after this episode), but it would've been a nice parallel to see Jane with 2 equally valid loves, including one after loss, just as Alba found Jorge, especially since Alba was the driver behind so much of Jane's religious… Read more
Currently pregnant with my second girl, and we were going to use Jared if we had a boy.
I’m sorry! We are fortunate in that we will probably “just” have to increase class sizes by 1-2 to get back in the black without layoffs, but my principal has her head in the sand a bit about budget (I think she wants to both make everyone happy and to not claim her power as the ultimate decision maker.) Read more
90s Nickelodeon FTW. And my avatar represents my real name.
Yes 👏🏿 sis 👏🏿
Hello! Work is busy (I'm an assistant principal now), and I'm gestating baby number 2. It's all good here. :-)
Your ETA is something I’ve been thinking about too. I originally believed him and later wondered if he was trying to protect someone else (on the down low, either involved in the attack or who witnessed it). His repeated conviction about “telling the truth” still has me thinking some part of what he’s saying is true,… Read more
I had to stop watching this show once I figured, mathematically, if you just rate each bride highest for their worst category and lowest for their best, with no overlap (so not giving any of your competitors the highest score in multiple categories, you should be pretty much guaranteed to win.
No, but I'm glad to hear it, since I'll probably play on Christmas!
What a beautiful tribute. I’m sure so many of us have similar anecdotes, and research shows that 1) Black teachers have higher expectations, and 2) having a Black teacher makes a student significantly more likely to plan on attending a 4-year college. If it wasn’t already obvious, we matter. Read more