Nada de acontecimientos brutales. Es el miedo. English version Tormented Enormous solids were falling from who knows what heights, who knows what places. I trembled, and in my mouth an inky taste. A below zero temperature circulated through the soft center of my bones. A truly searing cold. Nothing having to do with monsters came to pass. Nothing to do with interminable distances. Nothing to do with brutal incidents.
Only the agony of acorns. Only a cycle that completes itself every few years and transforms into a tropical forest a choiring oak grove.
Which is the fear. O los charcos congelados donde las urracas taladran en busca del tesoro de un perpetuo camino de ida. Con todo y arco iris. Con todo y parque. If it was meant to be a photograph, were you looking down from the fifth heaven? From the balcony of your singular and uncompromising journey, you concentrated your power of reflection into the point of a quill pen: the vocative brings out the charm of my name: Purita.
I began to show you what the day exhales before me: a likesame creature, another being.
I see him walking home from school hauling his unsettled affairs, shivering or not, no matter, in a country both his and alien. With the skillful relish of a tongue navigating teeth to release its plenty of meaning and pleasure, with frost adding to the weight of his bags. Juan Guivin PE - Mr. Haines PE - Mr. Legisel Ms.
Milka Sr. Zazo Secondary SSL. Lindsay Zika joined the ISS community in Zika was born in San Francisco, California, and has B.
Her twelve years of teaching experience include time in the United States, Belize, Mexico, and now the beautiful Dominican Republic. In the classroom, Ms. Zika is passionate about student-centered learning and fostering cultural competency.
Outside of school, she loves sports, dogs, and any excuse to be outdoors! He has taught high school chemistry, physics, biology and mathematics for 7 years in the Dominican Republic. Katie Rude is a second year teacher at ISS. Overall, Mrs. Rude has seven years of teaching experience in an array of subjects including: English, physical education, economics, and journalism. She grew up and attended college in the state of Colorado where she earned a B. In her free time, Mrs. Rude is likely found running, reading, and sometimes surfing! She is excited for another year in the ISS school community surrounded by the beauty of the North Coast!
After college he worked for Garmin International in the Cartography Department.
When Mr. Calkins returned to the United States he decided to make a career in teaching and earned his teaching certificate. He spent three years teaching in the beautiful Roaring Fork Valley of Colorado. He is entering his fourth year of teaching at the International School of Sosua.