Let’s see… Where to begin? Well starting my senior year in high school we were pretty sure that I was going to become a fifth-year senior. Nobody and I mean nobody wanted that. So my mom starts going on about this lady she met, saying she’s the easiest person to talk to. Me being the social butterfly that I am, when I sat down next to her, it was on. She introduced herself as Jenn, the favorite aunt/big sister, I introduced myself as the emotional, in trouble, 17-year-old that I was. Since then I am now a stable 18-year-old, I graduated high school on time, I now have a 3.0 in college. Jenn has changed my life in many more ways than just school, but that by far was an accomplishment that no one thought we could do. She has helped me through my first “real” break up, through hard times in school, and through hard times with my family.
She has taught me how to be more patient, how to be more kind, how to say things differently, and has been there for me. Jenn has been there for me through many obstacles and many of life’s challenges, she has taught me a great deal through it all, and I hope that she will stay with me for a while. She has proven herself to be nothing but a kind, forgiving, amazing, thoughtful, intelligent, beautiful through and through person that I look up to. She is one of the best decisions my parents have ever made for me. Without her I would not be as successful as I am today. She never quits, she never gives up, she is enduring as hell, and at times can be a pain in the ass, but she loves all of her students and strives for them to be the best they that they can be. She sees success when everyone else is failure. And that’s only a short summary summarize of how awesome she is. Get to know her and you’ll see what I mean.
~Carole O (Teen)