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Role Models even in Adulthood

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college

I can see how college kids get the reputation of goofing off. You spend your life in school from 8-3 and then you go to college. A full time student can do it from 8-12 MWF and 8-12:30 TR. I couldn’t believe it. The classes aren’t hard either unless you are taking science classes. I […]

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The Winona Ryder thang……..

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High school and sexual assault

9th grade I woke up in my old home and looked around at my room. I was supposed to be happy…..Unfortunately I did nothing but cry. I remembered this house like it was yesterday when I was 5 years old and couldn’t get over the fact that I was now sleeping in my brother’s room. […]

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Australia and rebellion

When Garfield was first built, it was placed in the middle of nothing……farm land. If you skipped school, you must have been into cow tipping. Things changed one year before I started. The city council decided that it would be a perfect place for a 2.9 outlet mall complete with a movie theater and restaurants. […]

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middle school and taunts

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middle school and religion

6th grade It’s bad enough to go through puberty but do we have to keep switching principals, classes and go through bomb scares almost everyday. I often think that things would have been better at this school had Bible thumping Christians not attended this school. Let me clarify a couple of things here so that […]

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School with my mom as the teacher

Moving to Virginia was very hard for me. I had helped Mom grow a large strawberry patch and we sold my swing set. I brought my favorite doll, Honey, and we packed up our things and rode in a 4 door Navy Datsun diesel. The fumes from that car made my stomach sick and I […]

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Growing up in the Deep South

My earliest memories are of my nephew, David and I sharing the same bedroom. I would wake up and smell eggs and bacon. My brother, Winston, cooked breakfast for us every morning. ┬áDavid looked real cute with his little blond curls and we were inseparable. Winston kept telling me that David was my nephew and […]

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