The Importance Of Resiliency

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Tough hope is to Resiliency as night is to day. Resiliency…Tough hope… I don’t really have much of either, in my perspective, maybe I do and I just don’t see it, and maybe it’s just not there. My great grandpa died, I didn’t really know him. I moved from my birthplace which was Colorado, and went to a new school starting in second grade. I don’t know if I would call that resiliency, I was just like anyone else, starting a new grade, besides, my mom was in the building, not many peoples’ are. When thinking about resiliency I guess I don’t really know how I would define it, or tough hope. I think I have some, otherwise I wouldn’t be able to write this paper, so assuming that I do have some sort of resiliency, I am going to start writing this paper. First, I show resiliency because I don’t have study hall. Not having study hall can be tough at times, especially for me, on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays after school. On Mondays, I have dance after school from 6:15 pm to 8:30pm, so not really after school, but in my defense, I do…show more content…
Band, I have band on Tuesdays, sometimes Wednesdays, and Fridays, and I have band lessons on Mondays, during Language Arts, every week, unless we don’t have school. Which makes me really mad, because it’s during IR15, which is my favorite part of the school day, besides, lunch, and when we leave. Every lesson, we get weekly recording assignments, which, can I just say, I LOATHE. Then on Fridays, every other week, I have choir lessons during math. I could honestly care less, if I missed math. I have had a few missing assignments from math in the past, because of stupid POD’s, which I have no clue what POD stands for, I think it’s Problem of the Day? That makes zero sense, because we get one every week. I have no clue. Anyways, I don’t have study hall which you’ve already heard all about, assuming that you read the second paragraph, so on to our final
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