Dear Homeschoolers, I wish I didn’t have to write this to be perfectly honest. I would prefer to let the world ignore us, or see us as perfectly normal.
In college, surrounded by six cups of coffee, consecutive late nights, deadly deadlines, group projects, midterms, finals, friends, fake friends, friends-who-you’re-not-really-friends-with-but-don’t-want-to-see-die friends, rejection, failure, success and happiness, it’s the best time to be unsure of yourself.
Walt Disney was the stupidest person in the room. He had to stand next to the smartest person in the room. A guy named Kay Kamen.
“I hate James. I wish he would quit.” I read that in an email of one of my co-workers. He accidentally sent it to me but it was intended for another co-worker. They hated me. I wanted to quit.
Deciding what you want to do at the mere age of 18 is a pretty big task.
Daymond refused to let the opinions of others veer him off his path. He worked hard, stuck to his uncool job while he pursued his passion. And made it work.
As rough as it may have been to go through it, I am so incredibly grateful for my awkward stage because at a very young and impressionable time in my life, I had to really like myself. Even if no one else did.
Your gut feeling is there for a reason.
“He was rumored to have been caught in his backyard by his older brother having sex with a watermelon.”
Alexandria Vera was an English teacher at Stovall Middle School in Houston, Texas where she allegedly had a sexual and romantic relationship with a 13-year-old student.