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What things do you admire about other people?
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8 May 2013
On The Hill
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I admire people who can tell great stories. Whether it songwriters, authors, or even our own Egroeg Evoli. I especially admire John Lennon because he had dyslexia like me yet him and Paul could just pull out songs from their heads and tell these beautiful stories. Its something wish I had, but I'm more of a drawer. a-hard-days-night-george-9 



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Oh I have the complete opposite! At work I was being quite calm, but my boss grabbed my arm and told me not to be so nervous. Apparently I often appear to be very nervous. On the other hand, when I'm doing something like a presentation in front of the class, it's a completely different story, then I'm nervous as fuck, but words just flow out and I look calm to everyone. My teacher couldn't believe I had a fear of failure. So apparently with me it just depends on the situation.


Anyway, to get back on the subject: I really admire my grandma. I've told people so many times she's my hero. She's had a tough upbringing and she's gone through soooo much in her life. She's always had a smile on her face and has been there for all of us, and she's always done everything to help us all out and to hold the family together and make sure everyone has a good time. When she has pain, she does not show it, because she doesn't want anyone to worry about her. She worries more about other people, before she worries about herself, even though she would have pneumonia or something. She always knows how to cheer me up. Oh, and she's a great cook to! She's already 84 but still does a lot of the cleaning and groceries herself. She's not doing too well at the moment and I know she probably won't live for another 10 years, but I don't want to and can't imagine a life without her. She is like a second mom to me.

Wow sorry. That was unbelievably corny. This is how I feel though.

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