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Starting Something New in 2010!

Hello Everyone!

I thought that this year I would try something new and keep up a blog. This will consist of many

things from all my adventures as Junior Class President, exciting things that happen during each day, family times, my general thoughts, and simply everything about ME! So to start off this blogging fun, I will tell you a few things that I learned so far this year:

1. Patience is quite difficult, even more so with my closest friends and family. This is something I need to work on more diligently, and hopefully my success will be easy-coming and simple(even though we all know this will not be).

2. Hide-and-Go Seek still is fun, even for teenagers. I don't care who you are, if you can't enjoy this childish game you are CRAZY!

3. Faith keeps us all alive. Having faith in anything from God to love, makes each day worth living. What is there to hope for when you don't have faith in things?

4. Algebra is not meant for me. I try and I try to understand, but it gets me every lesson. I have found that my scientific calculator is my best friend, and helps me manage to survive through all those silly numbers.

So there are some of the things that I have learned so far in 2010. I'm almost sure that there will be MANY more things to learn this year, and I'm actually excited to find the hidden joy in this journey called life. (:


  1. I'm so excited for your blog!! Now I can re-live my high school days through you. You are the best and I LOVE YOU!


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