Humans+of+State+High

Humans of State High

“… I, like, lost someone. I mean, I guess I haven’t gone through too many sad things, so I can’t really say anything, but like my saddest moments would have to be, I don’t know, losing people and losing opportunities kind of makes me sad. And like losing opportunities I think sometimes I like, I haven’t had that many but I know like if I pushed myself enough I could do stuff but I don’t. So that’s like, kind of one of my regrets. Which I can still change. So it’s fine, but like my regrets would be not pushing myself enough, ‘cause I have so much potential, I believe.” (1/3)

“And [so] the happiest moment of my life was when I, like, work for something, I don’t normally do this, but like when your achievements happen because you worked so hard for something. Like, hard work was met with good achievements. Like, even with Nurse Aide, or like anything else. It’s really nice to see that. All that hard work you put in. Even with school and stuff. Like with tests, if you study and see the improvement, or get a job because of your hard work. It’s nice to feel that. I like that feeling. It makes me really happy.” (2/3)

“[If I could] keep one memory from my life, forever, what would that be? Hm… to be able to cook. That sounds weird. I know, I know. But um like. Wait no, no no. [The] memory would be seeing people happy eating my food that I cooked. Weird, I know, but I like it because I just really like cooking and then if I like, remember that in, I don’t know, another life, and I can bring that with me I think that’ll make me cook too. And I don’t know just people’s faces—the ‘happy’—is really cute. That sounds weird but you know what I mean? Like smiles and all. It’s nice to know that, like, someone liked my food, and then with that, I’ll want to cook more.” (3/3)

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