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When I was being introduced before my speech at graduation the President (of my school) mentioned that I’d be going off to Mt Holyoke in the fall. While I was searching for my family outside the auditorium afterward a girl came up to me and said, “You are going to LOVE Mount Holyoke. I went there and it is such a wonderful school!”
It was an emotional day for me; I love the school I’m leaving, and the graduation ceremony was an amazing way to say goodbye. But having that stranger come up to me, wish me well, and give a personal testimony on my new school just made me love MoHo even more.
Is it bad of me to put this in an essay?
…reading this book I felt as if the author was a crotchety old woman who would be the type of person to yell at children for laughing and steal their candy.
Overall, I was not particularly fond of this book. While this information is nice to know I found it to be quite boring and tiring. I was put out of my misery when I finally read the last page of this book. Unless someone is very interested in Frances Perkins or in the history of the United States’ labor laws, then I would not recommend this book to them because they would be put to sleep. The author was able to teach me about Frances Perkins, however her delivery of the information was so boring that I do not remember much of it.
I haven’t even met my teacher yet and then she’s going to read this before I meet her. I’m screwed. Haaaaah