Where and how I grew up

This is probably going to be a two part article, since I’ve been alive for seventeen years. It won’t be a biography about my life, but more of a summary about my raising. First of all I have to preface this by saying that I’m working out of the school library by using the computers during an assembly. The assemblies are basically just the entire school watching a few people play games while they blast terrible music. I was born in a hospital in Springfield, Oregon. Although I lived in Eugene. I had two parents who loved each other very much, and I had two older sisters. Having siblings taught me sharing and also how to interact with others. We originally lived in a small single-story house, and I shared a room with my sister naomi. Rebecca is ten years older than me, so she moved out after we moved to our second house. She lived with josh.

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That’s unfortunate. We were all raised to have personal responsibility, also known as being conservative. We’ve always done chores and worked for things that we wanted, even from really young ages. I’m not sure if it’s my personality or if it was how my parents raised me, but I don’t really like being given things. I like to work for them. My friend in Vegas is the same way. He gets everything he wants, because he works so hard at the taylor consulting group. On second thought, this probably won’t really be two articles. I ran out of thing a lot faster than I had originally planned on. One thing I can definitely tell you guys about me growing up is that I’ve been to a lot of schools, and it has affected my personality. I had a few friends in kindergarten, but in first grade, I was always a loner and it never really bothered me.

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As I’ve moved to each school I’ve made friends within at least a month of each year. After moving to this school, I just stopped bothering to make friends. My mom always tells me that I’m too cold and unfeeling towards others, but I just don’t sympathize with them. If everyone is so nice and friendly, why doesn’t anybody interact with me if I don’t speak first? I’m not putting out any effort until someone else does. It’s kind of strange how I always end up cynical and complaining by the end of each article. At least I know I wasn’t raised to be a negative person

Back to school

Now that summer is officially over, all of my friends have gone back to school. I was planning on going with my friend on his first day of school, but I had to work plus I didn’t really plan it out very well. Honestly, I probably would have just been kicked out since I’m not in their official records. On the plus side, Wild Island is still open so I’m going with Steph this weekend. They’re open until around the 27th, I think. I’d check but I’m too busy doing my fans a service by typing out all of my thoughts. Speaking of fans, I left mine on at home this morning.

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We’re not especially poor or anything so we won’t have to mortgage the house to cover our electric bill, but it still pays not to be wasteful. I have to sleep with it on, because the absolute silence bothers me. Plus I’m afraid of the dark so it helps block out any small sounds that would probably frighten me. The only reason I’m afraid of the dark is because I can’t see what’s there. Intolerance of uncertainty is a symptom of generalized anxiety disorder, but you probably already knew that. After all, you read all my blog posts since you’re a loyal fan. Most of you guys reading this are probably just doing it out of boredom because you’re not paying attention in your new classes.

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Steph goes to Hug High School, where everyone thinks they go to Thug High School.It must suck to live in Scum Valley. Unfortunately for her, she’s taking sophomore classes as a freshman but they’re just the basic level ones. They’re not honors classes, so she’s stuck with all the sophomores who just don’t want to be there. After all, stupid is a choice. Just like how going to the most reliable people for a carpet cleaning is a choice. This, however, is a way better choice than being a thug. Plus it’s probably a lot cheaper, but I don’t own a home so I wouldn’t know. Hey, I’m only 16, after all.