It's been almost a year since COVID-19 swept over the entire world. Not many expected it. America disregarded it. Yet the months ensuing would turn this world almost upside down, though I suppose "inside-out" is more appropriate considering that we're all confined to our homes.
Today marks my 17th birthday...(wow I'm really growing old). Looking back on this year, I really have been blessed in so many ways by the people and experiences I have encountered and gained. I am so forever thankful for all the people that have made my world just a little brighter, a little more beautiful, and a little more memorable.
As some may know, I just recently went to South Africa for a two week missions trip in Capetown. There we worked with two primary townships: Langa and Gughletu. Despite being a rather short trip of only two weeks, those two weeks truly turned my view of the world a whole 180 degrees. I hope to be able to discuss some of the lessons and memories gained from that trip here.
IntroductionIt has been approximately one year since the creation of a blog. And we are back to the event that started it all: the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair. A science fair is a place where the brightest minds from around the world come and present novel and advanced research. It's a place where… Continue reading Empowering: ISEF 2019