Back in March, 2006, I was playing baseball as a high school Freshman for my high school's baseball team. I was also performing in a school play at the same time. I had JUST gotten my temporary driver's license, and I was having a great time in my life. I really miss this time period :(
Anyway, if I had to do one thing differently back in the Spring of 2006, I would have stood up to my baseball coach. My coach treated me unfair by benching me virtually every game-Even though I was a better Baseball player than some of the people who started every day. I wish I would have FOUGHT against him, and raised Hell about it. Unfortunately, I was more passive back then, and just "went with the flow." I still have a great time with the team, and we had the best record in our high school's Freshman history for Baseball.
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I would have gone to College, and then work my butt off so I could have bought a house by now, but then if I had done that I wouldn't have had my two crazy and lovable boys! I wouldn't trade anything in the world for the decisions I made.
It sounds like your coach saw a lot of potential in you. He pushed you beyond your limit and you made history at your school freshman year... that's awesome0
Most Helpful Guy
At this time, ten years ago, I had just started my career proper in the rail industry. Almost everything got better from there - by the end of 2006, I owned my own home.
I would have taken the opportunity to try and fix the nascent problems in my relationship which built up and lead to it ending six years later.0