You know, I think I'm a stronger person for realizing that you can't make everybody love you.
I want to make sure that no matter how long I go through this, I don't fall into the trap of changing and modifying how I do things that aren't a positive example. I want to remain somebody that the entire family can listen to or watch.
If my career detour from special education to singing has done one thing, it has afforded me the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of others.
I know that I've got big ears and a big forehead and that my hair sticks up. But I'm happy with myself. I'm not necessarily trying to win a beauty pageant here.
I went to school for special education. I always assumed when I had the opportunity I would love to try and help kids with disabilities.
I decided to study special education and fell in love with working with individuals with autism. That's what I planned to do with my life.
But I was going to be a teacher my entire life, so I wasn't counting on money to much.
I did get a degree in special education.
Well, financially it's a little bit better. But it's better than than when I was a teacher. But I kind of - it's allowed me to buy a house. And I've been able to help my mother with some stuff and my brother. So, that's nice.
My mother taught me that we all have the power to achieve our dreams. What I lacked was the courage.
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