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Announcements. Summer Reading Submissions are due at 12:00 tonight! Please submit! For extra credit, please bring in tissues or antibacterial hand sanitizer (3 points extra credit each—due Monday!). Miss Guzdziol’s Bag O’ Me. My Dreams. I dream of… Being a good listener.
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Announcements • Summer Reading Submissions are due at 12:00 tonight! Please submit! • For extra credit, please bring in tissues or antibacterial hand sanitizer (3 points extra credit each—due Monday!)
My Dreams • I dream of… • Being a good listener. • Making others feel truly appreciated. • Staying focused. • Becoming an amazing photographer. • Not worrying. • Raising a family. • Being someone that makes others proud. • Incorporating something meaningful in every interaction. • Being an inspiring coach. • Understanding everyone I meet. • Never forgetting to be selfless. • Being me.
The Place That I Love:The place I love is filled with spirit. It’s quiet, free, silent. Yet, bursting with energy and feeling. The place I love is textured, smooth, blank, and colorful. It’s bustling with intellectuals wearingneon-green spectacles and orange, leather shoes. Sometimes you hear nothing but what you see. Artist’s thoughts fill your ears. Images dance upon your eyelids. Old memories become new friends. New thoughts become urgent expressions. The place I love allows for peace. There is no right answer. It arouses giant bursts of creativity and excitement to overflow. It causes people to feel and stop the hamster wheel—even if only for a minute. The place I love is old and new. But only for those who allow themselves to see what is normally unseen and feel what is expected to remain unexpressed.
Cold Tangerines: Shauna Niequist “The world is alive, blinking and clicking, winking at us slyly, inviting us to get up and dance to the music that’s been playing since the beginning of time, if you bend all the way down and put your ear to the ground to listen for it.”
How does this message affect you? As you go through college, you are working to find your identity. Right now you feel lost, and you are searching for your classes. However, during the next four years of your life, you will be searching for something bigger—whether you realize it or not. You must find yourself before leaving, because after college you experience some of the most important, life-changing events of your life. I’m here to help you in any way possible. But mostly, to help you begin the process of finding yourself. This is an exciting time. Get ready to grow!