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Peter Anthony Kidwell 2/17/86 - 5/9/10
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I work as a cafeteria monitor and a PE assistant at an elementary school. I am temporarily there, so my future is unsure (job-wise). the semester is coming to an end soon but here’s my update.I’ve been learning a lot about kids and how to deal with certain ones and knowing about every “phase” known to man (“relationships”/”mom/dad you just don’t understand”/”depressed”/etc.). I’ve realized that it’s harder now to raise a child in such a fast-paced society where every kid wants iPhones and iPads. I’ve also learned that money gets burned quickly if you’re not smart with it. but behold, here’s a quick tip: if you haven’t done so, as soon as you get your paycheck, try putting it away and giving yourself a weekly allowance. trick is to not go over $50. ANYWAYS, I’ve been pretty stressed out and been trying to hold myself together throughout the weeks. but as days go by, I’m simply encouraged by one of my co-workers. he’s been telling me his life story and how he got to be and how he’s here now and it’s amazing to me. all the lessons about how to treat kids to saving up to doing the best you can in life. but today’s lesson was a lesson I hear all the time but for some reason…this one just made me think. when he was my age, he had just dropped out of college and went to the military. he served proudly for 18-19 years, got married, had kids, and now he’s a teacher assistant at school. but he reiterated over and over that he had regretted not going and finishing up college when he was still young. I wasn’t surprised because nowadays, jobs look for degrees in certain fields and it’s…difficult in today’s economy. but he continued saying that I should finish what I started because in the long run, it’ll help you out as a safety net. college is important. and he hit me with the biggest tip. “it doesn’t matter how long it takes you to graduate, it’s just as long as you finish.” and just like that…I thought really closely. I went to school wanting to end in 2 years rather than just wanting to finish. I thought only about my time with friends while making the schedules instead of thinking about myself. and now that I’m here…I’ve come to regret not thinking about what’s needed rather than what I wanted. but it’s just those regrets that got me here and thinking about school again. yea. loans are a pain in the arse but it really doesn’t mean I should quit. so, education is important. doesn’t matter when you graduate it’s as long as you do graduate.
have you ever realized when you quote something someone from a movie/show has said, you’re not really quoting them, but the writer who wrote the script/book?
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