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Location: Halstead, Kansas, United States

This is my seventh year at Halstead which is also where I live with my wife and my soon to be two year old daughter.

Tuesday, May 03, 2005

Last Economics Question

Seniors it has been fun. Here is one last question for you before you go. What has been one thing that has hppened in your high school creer that has changed your way of thinking?

5 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

There is no one thing, it more the build-up of many things. It is to not rush things. I can play sports only while I am young. I now think that life can wait and I must enjoy where I am at. Life is not a destination it is a journey, you must stop and take a look once in a while.
-Omar F. Hasan-

11:38 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Off the top of my, the "thing" that sticks out most would be my college math experience. In this class I did not learn really anything about math the first semester, but I did learn about respecting those that don't necessarily deserve it even when no one elce gave him respect (him being Barney Blaire.)This was my first college experience and I also learned the valuable lesson that you are responsible to teach yourself because your teachers will not always know how to.
-Mary

11:52 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

There have been so many things that have changed my way of thinking over these past few years. I guess something that I always keep in my mind is never to give up. This year during basketball season we faced many tough teams that we thought would blow us away. By coming out of the locker room doors ready to put up a strong fight after losing at half time, we were able to pull within a few points of the other team or even beat them. Well and of course... if you don't work hard and if you give up, there are consequences.
*Ashley*

7:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Gosh, I have learned so much during high school, at good old Halstead High. The greatest lesson I learned happened one traumatizing night when I thought that I was going to lose someone very dear to me. It taught me to always let those around me know how much I love them and appreciate all that they do for me, and no matter what forgive and forget. So, tonight tell all your loved ones how much you love and appreciate them. And for all of you who are holding on to grudges, dig deep and figure out how you can forgive and forget. Also, live life to the fullest and just have fun. A quote my father once told me "it's better to ask for forgiveness,than to ask for permission and live life with regrets."

10:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That last post was mine but i forgot to sign my name. **Adie**

10:40 PM  

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