Brat Facts

I come from this close-knit family of Brats.
Military Brats, that is.

We go through all of the horrors a military family entails. We face the hardships of our parent being gone for many months at a time and having to learn how to be strong without them.
Sometimes. . . It's a nightmare.

But despite all of the troubled skies that we most often have to face, I know I wouldn't trade this life for anything.



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32. Fact 26: Having a Massive Transcript for School.

 I can not tell you the number of schools I have been to.

Thankfully, I have only had to go to one preschool.

After that I had went to two different grade schools. I don't know why my parent took me out of the first one, maybe because of where we lived at the time. The second school was hell. A whole lot of shit happened. But that's another entry for another time.

After that I started my middle school in the hellish school system known as St. Martin School District. And I moved after that school year. I finished out seventh and eighth grade in Missouri. 

There I started high school and that was okay, minus some drama that happened. Then I moved to Clovis and graduated as a Wildcat.

As of writing this, I'm about to start college. Schooling is something that is different for EVERY Brat. I've had really bad schools and really good schools. Just all I have to say is make the most out of it. {Most of the time, you're not going to be at that school for very long before you move again anyway so just remember to keep a positive outlook, be a chameleon, and don't worry because the drama is not going to last forever. It'll last a few more months if you're lucky. -Kay}

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