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  • One more week and this semester is complete!

    Hang in there! A final push for success in finals can serve everyone well! All the best for a restful holiday!!

    Christine


    12-10-2018 12:47 pm
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  • Just want to say how amazing this support network is . . . I’m so greatful for all the amazing supporters whom help us foster youth .

    Karla, we're glad to have you here! You're doing an amazing job being a student and a parent. Keep trucking!


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  • A little nervous for my first ASL presentation tomorrow! I'm ready though!

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    I'm trying my best to :)


    12-03-2018 04:40 pm

    Hi Flor - hope your ASL presentation went well!! I was very nervous when I did that in college as well....sometimes a bit of nervousness can be a motivator. Wondering if you had any luck finding the items that you want on the 'nextdoor' website?


    12-06-2018 03:17 pm
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  • I’m so impressed that you’re going to school while raising your daughter. It takes such dedication. Believe me, the struggle and sacrifice is going to make the accomplishment of obtaining your degree all the much sweeter. Plus, what an excellent role model you are to your daughter!

    Thanks ! Dont really get to hear this often and im glad there is wonderful people like you in life. Who help guide me down the right path. If it werent for people who care, like you. I would not be where I am today. Thank you


    12-05-2018 01:31 pm

    I had to struggle and do without (no heat or meat!) to get through college and I didn't even have a child (oddly enough, those times are some of my favorite memories)! You could so simply choose an easier path, but you haven't, so my hat is off to you. I remember when my sister (single mom) started at a community college (2 yrs) when her son was five yrs old and then transferred to the UW. She struggled a lot. She has learning disabilities, so school work is not easy for her (I remember the tears!), but she graduated! That was more than 30 years ago, but her son still mentions those times every now and then and how proud he is of her.


    12-06-2018 01:27 pm