Obama’s Speech To The Students

08 Sep

Well in class to day at about 9 o’clock A.M. we were required to watch President Obama’s back to school speech. To tell the truth it did not do much for me. Sure it was a great speech but it was something I’d already heard a hundred times before. Don’t drop out of school, try your hardest in school, if you want something bad enough and are willing to work hard for it you’ll eventually get it. It was pretty simple I think. Sure I said I didn’t get much from it but now that I think about it, it was pretty inspiring. I want to be one of these three, a firefighter, a music teacher, or a psychologist. And after Obama’s speech I really felt like I could reach those goals. I really would want to be a music teacher the most out of those three choices. I music teacher and a psychologist. Those are the things I want most. Either one of them would be fine for me. I have big goals really. One of my goals is to get accepted into Julliard School of Music (if your a music lover like me check it out you might have an opportunity That’d be a dream come true, and seriously to be able to go to NY. That’d be awesome no doubt. That school is an amazing school and it takes a lot to get in but I think, no wait, I believe I can do it.  A music teacher is what I’m going to be. I know it. Sure I’m only fifteen right now, but I know I can get there.  Well hopefully my being inspired will inspire you. I’m cutting this post off now cause I need to practice for piano lessons. Keep reading and keep commenting (again haven’t got any comments yet so someone please comment!). And by the way I am updating my school page again right now with my current grades!

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Posted by on September 8, 2009 in Future Jobs, Me, Music, School


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One response to “Obama’s Speech To The Students

  1. Emily

    September 9, 2009 at 9:37 pm

    At first I didn’t like his speech but over the past day or so I realized I got what I needed from that and it was like an answer to prayer. Now I am going to think more realistically about my future. I think his speech was inspired and although it may have been hard to give a speech about academics and responsibility to teenagers I am really grateful he did.


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