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Hello, Hummingbird. Nice to meet you too! Thanks for the welcome
I believe a girl (or guy) should strive to do well in school (and other areas in life) for herself (or himself) and not to impress anyone else.
Hello, The last Rebel
The first. Unless things changed from when I was a kid.
amazingirl97, I hope your high school years will be MUCH better than mine. Good luck and I wish you the best!
coffee addict, not yet. Why do you ask?
bpt, no, not from the mid-west or west. From the east coast.
yummy cupcake, hi =). Yes, I’m a female in my twenties
minyan gal, sure!
bein_hasdorim, thanks, I will be careful 😉
mustangrider, lol. I won’t 🙂
Hey, bpt. I’ve been lurking for a few weeks. And don’t worry about my stinger–I will keep it to myself because I don’t want to die or else I will miss out on all the fun here!
An adorable little puppy?
Hi, Kapusta and adorable!
Yeah, no real pictures of ourselves, but I’d like to have a cute little bee near my name =)August 16, 2011 5:24 am at 5:24 am in reply to: How do you know you're in school for the right profession? #797959
MiddlePath, I think those who love what they do are really lucky. It’s great that you’re passionate about the field you’ve chosen, and if you can make a decent living with it, that’s even greater. Taking online surveys can help, but then again, our options are a bit limited.
coffee addict, you got part of it right =)
This is a story that happened to my teacher: we were on a trip and while we rested, she walked over to a parked car and used the window to fix her hair. But she didn’t realize there was a man in the car! He waved at her lolAugust 16, 2011 3:22 am at 3:22 am in reply to: How do you know you're in school for the right profession? #797955
I think many girls (and guys) pursue degrees they don’t necessarily enjoy (myself included). There aren’t that many options for a frum girl (or guy) so they tend to settle down with what’s appropriate.
Stamper, that’s true, however, in my opinion, public schools offer a wide variety of classes or extra-curricular activities that help students figure out what they want to do with their lives. Many are still undecided, but they have four years to decide rather than two (for those in an accelerated program).
I think some (maybe more than some?) girls and guys do end up in fields they are not passionate about, but you gotta do what you gotta do, right?
Thanks for the welcome, deiyezooger, real-brisker, oomis1105, always here, smileyface136, The Goq, amazingirl97, MiddlePath
Yossi z.: why thank you, my humble servant!
Gefen: No, no no, I’m a friendly bee!
moskidoodle: Aww. Hi anyway =)
Bar Shattya: Hello to you, too 😉