Please give me some good advice?
Topic: How to write a really good country song
June 25, 2019 / By Euna Question:
I have been sick pretty much since September. I only recently got better. Right now I feel a little confused. I have a few main talents:
I can sing, compose songs, and am learning to play the guitar.
I can also paint, draw well, and I seem to have a gift for comics.
I can also write well, and my poetry and stories have won a few prizes. Heres the catch. I live far way from pretty much anywhere for reasons that I can't tell any one of. I suppose I would probably be fairly good at sports, seeing as am I quite athletic. Yet I have never been able to try sports. Also I seem to be rather intelligent; if I went to school ( I am homeschooled) i would most probably be an A+ student. I study biology, physics, french, Latin, Chinese; these are only a few. I also love to do acting of any sort, and am in the process of memorizing Othello. Also, when summer arrives I will be doing knife throwing, archery, and the like. I am one of those people wh reads biographies in spare time. yet... Tha clashes with my super extravert and bubbly personality. What I am having conflict with right now is the fact that I don't know how to do so many things. I am not sure what type of answer I am expecting. Another thing I forgot to mention is that the rest of my family is equally talented. I have 6 brothers and sisters 4 of whom have moved away. I myself go to a summer camp that my wealthy and doting grandmother sends me to. Other than that, I have zero social life, other than my best friend who is in almost the same situation I am. My friend is busy, so i rarely see her. I am rather lonely. Please just give me some advice. I know I am not being very clear, but this is the first struggle I have really ever had. By the by, I just turned 13.
Best Answers: Please give me some good advice?
Cleo | 2 days ago
You sound more well-rounded than most adults I know!
Your hardest issue to overcome is going to be living in the boonies. That pretty much precludes any social life, from what I've seen. Being rural is tough...there are only so many people around, and you rarely get to interact with a larger crowd or bump into any diversity. Plus you're 13, so travel is tough...you don't have a bus route you can use and you can't drive.
Is there a chance you can visit your siblings who have moved out? Did they move to bigger and better places? Would it be feasible to spend a few weeks / months with them to get a wider variety of experiences? Are you in a group like Scouts or Venture Scouting (at least that's co-ed) that do things like travel to summer camps for a couple of weeks every year? Can grandma help out... ? What does she recall doing in her youth that maybe she could help replicate for you?
My spouse lived in a really rural area from 6th grade on to graduation. We hate living rural, so now we live in a big suburb of a big city. (The great thing about being an adult! You get to call the shots!) He didn't have a lot of friends...had maybe one or two and didn't get along with many people in high school. College was where he got to live on campus in the city...some of the kids were lonesome and homesick, we were the ones who moved thousands of miles from our parents and didn't mind that much, LOL!
You might sit down and make a list of the things you would like to do or try if location and money were no object; then see how much of that you can actually make happen. Don't discount anything.
And don't knock it...I bicycled across six countries in Europe when I was 16.
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You sound like you are in a situation that a lot of home schoolers are in. My suggestion is you do one of the following or something similar to them (these are just suggestions) Take your GED and go to a community college, find a home school co-op, have dual enrollment in a community college or go to high school. I did the first and second that I mentioned in the previous list and let me tell you these two decisions were probably some of the best I ever made. The only problem with college is you have to be sixteen to take the GED or have dual enrollment ina community college so that may be something for you to do in the future. A home school co-op is probably your best option at the moment. The bottom line is, have something that will get you out of the house every day and help you to socialize.
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