Chicken your crazy is showing you might wanna tuck that back in shirt, gildan hoodie
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Dark Heather is 50/50 cotton/polyester
- Sport Grey is 90/10 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
My high school guidance counselor told me she wouldn’t help me apply to colleges, it was a waste of her time because I was just going to get married and have a bunch of babies. Chicken your crazy is showing you might wanna tuck that back in shirt I went to college, got my Bachelor of Fine Arts degree and went on to grad school to get my Masters in Education
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I was told this same thing by my remedial English teacher in college because I was in the military. He hated the military and what it stood for. He had us reading books foreword by Jane Fonda. I did let it define me and did not attend college after that semester. Thanks goodness I had many mentors in the military that did push me, Chicken your crazy is showing you might wanna tuck that back in shirt and gave me great opportunities to lead and grow. I went on to have a great life. It is a shame that we have “teachers/professors” that try to stop and discourage you from achieving your goals. I am glad that I excelled in photography, graphic arts, layout and design. Attached is one of my best photos from France.
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I got my wings now baby and I’m ready be the butterfly God created me to be! Keep your chins up babes! Don’t let others direct you down a path God doesn’t have set for you. I had a professor at my other college tell me he wasn’t going to let me graduate with a Communication degree because he hated me (this is by far a joke). Instead of my Dean saying something he told me to just change my major. Oh no sweetie I left that school and I’m now heavily supported by all of my professors to do what God has placed me on this planet to do!
You can’t let others define who you are or what you are good at. I was in special ed classes most of my life , for English. I went to college and wrote 3- 49pg portfolios without one mistake in them and earned 23 college credits in exchange for my writing. I have been struggling daily, fighting with myself to make a better me, to be a better positive person. To keep shining to, to shine for a purpose, to be a light for everyone around me. It’s a struggle but I ain’t stopping
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