Drop Off

I dropped off my youngest brother today at the school I went to for my high school experience. There was a certain element of reminiscence, but I’ve never been one to reminisce. Still, it reminded me of my first days and my first experiences going to that school, and choosing to embark on a very different path than most.

I’m happy to see him walk a different route, and I hope it will be stimulating for him. I hope moreover, though, that he walks his own route.


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