By JASMYN GONZALEZ and KAYLAN ENGE
As the summer of 2016 has just passed and another year approaches, teachers and students have gone into a “strict-schedule” mode. However, before each student and teacher submerges themselves in life’s mandatory calls, one teacher’s exotic summer has yet to be recognized.
As interesting and fun as two countries sound, Mrs. Bradshaw then continued to travel to Idaho and Washington D.C. The occasion that required her being in Idaho was to help her daughter move into her dorm at her new college, and also the reason for her being in Washington D.C was to attend the National Education Association. At this conference, “…10,000 teachers from the nation… saw Hillary Clinton speak; she [went] to campaign…” it was “…all about the educational system.”
As Mrs. Bradshaw looks back on her exotic summer, she shares that “ you learn so much when you travel. It gives you a good knowledge of people in the world.” She also includes that “[she] love[s] airports…” as she “…get[s] butterflies before and after [the plane] lands.”
To conclude her summary of an amazing summer, Bradshaw states that “[she has] a pure passion for travel…” and elaborates that “…[traveling] is in her soul.”