That essay Andrew wrote, change how I perceive my life, friends, and family. I now cherish even the smallest things like hanging out with friends, family members, and having fun in whatever I would do. I walked throughout tenth grade, not caring about what the consequences of the future holds. I tryout a lot of things in tenth grade, wanting to be involved with school activities and make new friends. Throughout tenth grade year I made tons of friends that I still talk with today.
Besides the soc...
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...e this difficult choice, it was choosing which college I would go to and, when it comes myself personally I suck at making decisions. I then figured out that I won’t know if I like anything unless I try it and that is what makes life unpredictable because, you can’t know what path to take in the future unless you try it out yourself personally. I did take some advice from my family and friends and through it all I went with my guts and choose OSU.
I can’t really determine what my future holds but, I can make sure it goes in the right direction. I must take in everything life has to offer and enjoy it because, life goes by fast like a blink of an eye. Andrew paper really helps me find my path throughout high school and, figure out who I am as a person. For now, there’s a lot left to explore in my lifetime and I will forever be fortunate to stumble upon Andrews essay.
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