Author Archive - izzyk

Growing Up

May 24, 2012
Hi Guys, Well, here it is: the last Wednesday GLOG post. Like Molly, I’ve spent a lot of time thinking of something to write about, wondering whether I should make it sentimental, sad, dramatic, etcetera,…Read More

A Tribute to my Second Home

May 16, 2012
Howdy y’all, Well, here we are: the last week of classes and my second to last GLOG post (sniffle, sniffle). After reading Molly’s post about the “First-Last’s” and completing our first graduation “marching practice” as…Read More

Meet the Training Room Mascot!!

April 25, 2012
Hi all, welcome back to Wednesday! Sorry this post is coming a little late today, and I’ll be honest: I’ve been struggling a bit to find something to write about. BUT, fear not, while I…Read More

The Countdown Begins…

April 18, 2012
It hadn’t really hit yet me how close I am to graduating until last night. After formal dinner, all the seniors had a meeting with Mr. Baker, Mrs. Manning, Ms. Libby, and a few other…Read More

Home Games!!

April 12, 2012
Hello all and welcome back to your Wednesday dose of GLOG So to make a long story short, I had two great posts lined up for you guys, last week and this week. I was…Read More

And We’re Off!

March 21, 2012
Well it’s official folks, we have reached the spring trimester. Arguably the most fun trimester of the year, spring term at Gould means lots of things: outdoor all-school cookouts, Ultimate Frisbee on the upper fields,…Read More

Down at the Barn

February 15, 2012
Gooood morning everyone! And it has been a good morning. I’ve been up since 6  spending time at one of Gould’s best kept secrets (or not so much if you actually go to school here),…Read More

Black Boy, White School

February 8, 2012
Hey Guys, Hope you all have been having an excellent couple of weeks! Sorry I haven’t checked in and written anything in a while, school and skiing have been bogging me down a bit lately.…Read More

WINTER CARNIVAL

January 25, 2012
If you were to walk or drive by Gould Academy yesterday, campus wouldn’t have looked quite as quiet and tranquil as it usually does on a week day. Instead, you would have seen kids in…Read More