Emery and Julia are talking like someone is listening. So you’ve stumbled across this article, you’re welcome. Here is our best advice to help Christian Brothers’ students with daily problems in teen Christian life. At the ripe ages of seventeen and eighteen, we feel we must give our words of the wise to help the Falcon family […]
Emery and Julia are talking like someone is listening.
So you’ve stumbled across this article, you’re welcome. Here is our best advice to help Christian Brothers’ students with daily problems in teen Christian life. At the ripe ages of seventeen and eighteen, we feel we must give our words of the wise to help the Falcon family from future tragedies and overcoming past tragedies.
– Most of you are socially awkward at this point so don’t be stressin’ ’bout them hunnies.
– Social media is eHarmony in all sorts of ways, utilize it! Twitter, Snapchat, however you can. If you’re feeling brave @ them or slide into the DMs. DMs are there for a reason — making a connection.
– Wait out talking to your desired soul mate if they are truly worth it, kind of like a lion and its prey. You don’t go after the first antelope you see.
-A phrase to have tattooed on the chest and hold close to your heart is quality over quantity. Just think — would you want a lot of iPod shuffles or one Macbook Pro?
– If Shannon Belton ever asks for your number, you give it to him right away, all sorts of numbers! Home number, cell phone, and social security number.
– It’s 2015 — girls can make the first move. Twitter Feminists will back you up.
– Friends are cool! Don’t mack on everyone, remember not every person is made out of boyfriend/girlfriend material.
— To repeat the wise words of Mr. Chuck Zanetti, “Religious education is better than sex”
– Don’t do fashion that’s for not you. If you don’t feel 100% then don’t wear it.
– Wear what fits. If your pants look like the after picture on Lean Cuisine buy a smaller size.
-The mirror doesn’t lie, it shows what your friends might not tell you. After all, it’s your own judgement that matters most.
– If you wouldn’t date yourself in it, don’t wear it. Unless you’re Connor Gorry (’15), who would date himself in anything.
– Stay above water. Don’t feel pressured to take all Honors and AP classes. Do what is best for you and set personal goals that are achievable.
– Try and take at least 2 or 3 “I should do this” type classes that would make you appealing to colleges…or possibly a mate???
– Dropping is normal if a classes work load is too much it may end up hurting your grades in other classes, thus making it a con and not a pro.
– Take ACT/SAT junior year it can’t hurt. Well physically it actually can — my hand cramped up really bad during the writing portion, pace yourself!
– Grades count. Shoot for a 3.2 and above.
– It’s fun to go outside, the sun is out there. Besides, the overall greatness of being outside you can score an awesome tan.
– Despite what KBFT says, there is more to life than Oscars and Chipotle. There’s also plenty of coffee shops. But seriously, branch out and do things that you think are interesting and haven’t done previously. If you’re feeling squeamish do it with a group of friends.
– Vaccinations! Measles, Meningitis, hey if you can get the shot, get shot. Plus you get a sick battle scar you can show off to all your friends.
– If you don’t like the new experience you don’t have to do it again.
– Think of all the photo opportunities. New things means new Instagram posts and new followers,new things lead to more new things.
There are our words on your screen what happens now is up to the beholder. Be great and goodbye.