I left my post at Little Scholars last year, and have been thinking about what I would do with the time I had left.
I thought about how I would use my free time to write about my own experiences with diabetes.
I also wanted to be able to contribute to the community, both through reading books and doing other things that I enjoy.
It was a difficult decision, but I think it is one that I am grateful for.
The best thing about the Little Scholars community is that we’re all like-minded.
Each year, there are about 200 members, who have shared their stories with me.
They are the best of us, and they’ve been my best friends since I left.
It’s a wonderful thing to have such a supportive community, and I hope that this year, we can all be as generous as they are.
I started at Little Scholar about a year ago, and was thrilled to be accepted.
It felt like a natural fit for me.
I’ve been living with Type 1 diabetes for more than a decade now, and my family has had Type 1 for years.
I knew from the beginning that I wanted to make a change.
I spent some time thinking about my options for getting started, and ultimately settled on writing a book on diabetes.
It seemed like a perfect fit for this year’s edition of Little Scholars, and it was an opportunity to give back to the communities that I love.
I’ve been working on my book since the spring, and as I was finishing it, I decided to put my work online.
I’m still working on the final draft, but my goal is to be done with the book by fall.
I hope to publish it by then.
This will be my fourth year at the Little Scholar organization, and with the success I’ve had thus far, I’m eager to share my story.
When I graduated from high school, I went to work for my high school’s athletic director.
My experience at Little Scouts was a great learning experience.
I became friends with all of the Little Scouts, and we learned how to work as a team.
The first thing I realized was that we had an enormous amount in common.
I realized that I would never be accepted into the Little Scout program if I was not willing to work hard.
The second thing I noticed was that I knew that I was much more motivated than I thought.
I was always the underdog, and that made me much more eager to work harder.
The last thing I want to talk about is my own life.
As I’ve gotten older, I’ve realized that not everything is about the badges and awards and badges and badges.
Some things are about the people in my life.
To share what I’ve learned from the Little Scholarship community, I will be talking about my family, my friends, and what I consider to be the key elements of success.
I want the community to know that I truly care about this organization and its students.
I feel so grateful to have been accepted, and to have the support of the organization and the community.
I hope that you will take this opportunity to read the book I am writing, and feel inspired to do the same.
I look forward to sharing the story of what it means to be a Little Scholar, and the lessons that I have learned.