Change

Looking back just two years to the start of college, it is easy to see I have changed. A lot. Not only have I learned (as one would do in school), but I have also gained a new set of skills that I didn’t even know I could ever obtain. I grew in confidence. I […]

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In Love with a Stranger

In leu of a long blog post this week, I have scavenged through my writings over the past year or so and have found a fictional poem I wrote for a class my Freshman year. Enjoy! Oh, and happy 4th to those in the USA! Written 9/23/17; Posted 7/5/18 The moment I saw him, my […]

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Act Confident

I have this great childhood friend who always said (and still says), “act confident and no one will know,” rather it was for a school speech I felt unprepared for, a test I was worried about, or an interview I had, this saying has applied and still applies to my life almost everyday. Confidence, as I […]

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High School vs College

You have a roommate (unless you¬†went to boarding school in high school) What you do matters You are in complete control of your life Breakfast bars become your best friend You either nap everyday or not at all You are paying immeasurable amounts of money for each class People care, for the most part You […]

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Making Friends (in college)

College is the place of making life-long friends, crazy right? In just four years (on average), you will have people to play a part in your wedding, baby shower, move-in party, and your kid’s graduations. You may be thinking, “How will I find these friends? After all, high school was four years, too and I […]

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My Grandparents

By Camden Rose My grandparent’s house is in the middle of the woods, has spotty cell coverage, and has an internet that only works when you are within five feet of the modem, yet I look forward to every visit because each visit is filled

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Original Thoughts

According to Yahoo, Wikipedia, and many other sources more reliable than those, there is no such thing as an original thought.

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