Kelsey McLennon has lived in Wauwatosa with her two siblings and parents for her entire life. When not busy with school, she enjoys dancing, running, and spending time with friends. She is a sophomore at Divine Savior Holy Angels High School, where she is involved in track, cross country, Latin club, and Irish club.
This semester my sister Maddie (whom many of you may know) is studying abroad in Ghana, a country in western Africa.
I know that my last blog post is about the same exact thing as this one. I’m not going crazy. But since then, my sister has posted again on her blog, and I think the most recent post is really, really cool. So if you saw my post before and liked her blog, you’ll love this. If you saw my post before and didn’t like her blog, you need to read the latest post. And if you have no idea what I am talking about, follow the link below. Basically whichever way you look at it you need to read her latest post.
It’s so shocking and sad to think that some people cannot identify the country in which they live on a map, simply because they have never had access to one. Or, that kids might not do their best on a life-altering standardized test because they don’t have any real experience with typed-up papers and worksheets. It makes me so grateful for the education and resources that we have right here in Wauwatosa. Wait, did I just say I am grateful for tests? Maybe I am going crazy.