Today is my son’s last exam. He’s finished high school.
He worked so hard and achieved the one goal he set for himself, never losing his focus. I once told him that I was worried that he had set the bar too high. He replied, “don’t worry Mom. If it doesn’t happen, that’s okay. It was a good goal to have because it made me a better student. And win or lose, that alone made it a goal worth having.”
My son was born an old soul.
He ate breakfast in his “lucky chair” today. All through high school he claimed that chair gave him the luck he needed to get good grades or do well in sporting events or get through whatever lay ahead on any given day. He wrote his college essay about that chair. The topic was: describe a place where you feel content.
I hope they have lots of lucky chairs at college.