I love the history of St. Augustine. From the old fort to the historic streets, the oldest city in America inspires me in so many ways.
Upon entering downtown this week, I noticed a change in the landscape. Turns out El Galeon has docked in celebration of St. Augustine's 450th. What a beautiful surprise.
As I watched the crew ready the ship for visitors, my mind was drawn to my students and their adventures. I wonder, what surprises have you stumbled upon this week during spring break?
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Kimberly Barrett, NBCT, Bachelor of Arts of English, Murray State University, 1996, Master's Degree in English, MSU, 2004
Blessed to teach since 1996, I spend my days doing exactly what I've always wanted to do . . . TEACH. I'm married to the sweetest man alive, Tim, and we have two beautiful babies, Marlee Rose and Beau Wilson.