BBG communications education is the dream

BBG communications education is the dream
BBG communications education is the dream
I’ve always heard that life’s decisions come with a big price tag. Well, I guess I’m really starting to realize that. I have spent seventeen years building a strong relationship with my parents. We share everything - the good, the bad, and always, the truth. Being an only child, I have enjoyed all of the attention, love, and rewards of having my parents all to myself. Our bond is incredibly strong, as each of us brings love, support, and individuality to our home. No matter what, I know that I can count on them. My mom works two jobs to help meet our needs. This makes it impossible for her to attend all of my sports events. Even if she isn’t visible at a game, I know that she is with me in spirit. My daddy’s work schedule is more flexible. Through my six years of playing three sports, he hasn’t missed over three games. He is quiet because I ask him not to cheer, but I know exactly where to look for his approving expressions. Together, we are like the Rock of Gibraltar! Then, sixteen months ago, dad went in for a routine doctor’s appointment and was diagnosed with cancer. That was the day that the world seemed to almost stop. We were forced to consider all of the possibilities that came with this diagnosis. It hasn’t been easy and still isn’t, but my daddy has fought the bravest fight. Even when he was taking treatments, he was always at my events. He has tried to keep life as normal as possible, but I still see the pain. So, thinking of leaving home is an even bigger sacrifice than I ever anticipated. It is no exaggeration to say that I have been my parents’ whole world. We depend on each other for everything. Then comes my senior year. We look so forward to it, but don’t realize the emotional hardships that come along with it - playing that last game, saying good - bye to friends that you’ve had your whole life, leaving those teachers that have nurtured you, and most of all the reality of being without your parents everyday. I can’t imagine being without their daily hugs and encouraging smiles, waking up and not seeing my dad’s face, and those nightly family times spent together. My life’s dream is out there, and my college education has never been questioned. Everyone knows that an education and a position in my chosen profession have been and still are my main goals in life. My academics have always come first, and I have been able to effectively balance all of my activities. I know that this is a huge step in my life. It won’t be easy for any of us. Our future is so uncertain that I’m afraid that I may lose valuable time with my parents. My only consolation is in knowing that receiving a college education is not just my dream, but my mom and dad’s dream too. For more information on past BBG Communications Contact information please visit the following BBG Communications
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