Getting To See the End


CaptureMy Featured Blogger this week is Ms. K of the blog site The Chronicles of Ms. K. I don’t know her full name, but I do know that K is a wonderfully dedicated English teacher in a public middle school. She’s still new to blogging, so I didn’t discover her until recently. But her stories of life, teaching, hope and faith grabbed me from the start.

The crazy, unpredictable 2020 pandemic school year has begun, and so Ms. K’s at it again. Only one thing has not changed, as evidenced by the post below…

Her contagious love of her students!

The Chronicles of Ms. K

My third year teaching I had a student in my class who won my heart from day one. He was funny, a hard worker, and seemed to get along with everyone. Other kids seemed to really like him and he was often seen laughing and cutting up in the hallways. The first day he walked into my classroom, my teacher heart tightened. You see, this student was smaller than a lot of other eighth grade boys, and girls for that matter, but what stood out was that the side of his face and his neck were deeply scarred from a burn accident he had suffered as a small child. I had been told that his parents were cooking meth and a fire associated with improper cooking methods had caused the burns. As soon as I saw him and heard his story, I worried that other kids would make fun ofโ€ฆ

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Writer, Filmmaker, Humorist, Thinker-about-stuffer
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10 Responses to Getting To See the End

  1. Thank you for introducing this blog! Great story!

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  2. francisashis says:

    Nice meeting a blogger whom you admire/appreciate dear Mitch.So nice of you.It’s a pleasure following her.๐ŸŒน๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ™

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  3. pastorpete51 says:

    Beautiful story thanks Mitch!

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  4. gpavants says:


    Great timing as we head into the new school year. The Lord bless Mrs. K and all of us teachers.

    In Christ,


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  5. Mitch, thank you so much for sharing my post! I so enjoy your blog!

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  6. Jennie says:

    Wonderful post and teacher, Mitch.

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