If I Could Go Back In Time And Change A

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If I could go back in time and change a decision that I had made it would be the time I decided to change schools my senior year. This decision was made because I relocated with my parents to a place that was about an hour ride from my high school. My mother gave me the choose to either travel back and forth every day, or transfer out my senior year. I decided to transfer out because I knew that my mother would be worry about me traveling at that distance every day. And not only that, I also played sports so that consisted of me traveling home at different times of the night. Having made that decision I often see myself having regrets because I did not graduate with my class. Calvary Academy, which was the high school that I attended, was such a life searching experience for me. By this I mean, I came to have a relationship with the Lord. I learned a lot about the person that I am today. This high school, the students, as well as the teachers made such an impact on my life that by me having to have the decision to leave all that to make my mother not worry was really hard. But I decided to think about my mother first, then myself. I find myself thinking about how would, it ave been if I never transferred? Would my life be more interesting? Would I have still been playing sports because of my coaches and teammates positive influence? Would I have had a scholarship to a four-year university? All...

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