I had a kid a few years ago who was a sophomore.
She was an absolute nightmare to live with, but she was a lot smarter than most people in her class.
She knew how to make me laugh, and she was also smart enough to understand that I had something that was important to me.
She also was a good friend to me and loved me.
So it was an honor for me to spend time with her at the end of our first year.
She’s now in college, and I’m so glad we had that opportunity to talk.
If I had known then what I know now, I probably would have chosen not to go to college at all.
My daughter’s success was a blessing to me, and it made me a lot happier.
She and I now live in California, and that makes it easier to take my daughter to school and make sure she gets the resources she needs.
The thing about high school is that the people who have a good relationship with the student are the ones who make the most of the opportunity.
I learned that lesson the hard way.
It’s not an excuse to drop out, of course.
If you don’t have that connection with your child, the chances are they won’t go to school.
But if you don’ t want to drop them off, then you need to figure out ways to make it happen.
That’s not easy.