I want my daughter to be valedictorian because that means she has the most important thing she will have to say about herself—her life. And if she has the most important thing she will have to say about herself she will be a more confident person.
I’ve been asked that question a lot recently. My answer is always “it depends.” For many people it is simply the most important decision they have to make. For others, though, it might be more of a life-altering decision. It depends on your goals and aspirations, your personal strengths and weaknesses, and your level of maturity.
Like many of us, my mom was my valedictorian. She is a doctor by trade and has had a long career in medicine. She was also, as I was later, a very smart young woman. She was also a bit of an oddball. She was not a “normal” girl. She was not a “typical” person. In fact, she was not an “average” person.
My mom was a bit of an oddball. I think she was just trying to do the best she could, to do what she thought was right. She was just having a hard time with being a doctor, and I think that was a struggle for her. She was not born with a silver spoon. She was not a princess. She was just a normal person.
The average person doesn’t do well in school, and my mom was just trying to do the best she could with her education, and trying to do what she thought was right. She wasn’t even born with a silver spoon. She was just a normal person.
So you know how someone who is having trouble with something is not the one who has the problem? That was the case for me when I was in high school. The girl who was having a hard time in math was the one who was having the hard time with it, the girl who was being a hard time in high school was the one who had the silver spoon. She was the one who had a silver spoon.
So when I was in high school my friends and I got into a fight because we didn’t like the way we were being treated. The thing is, I was the one who was having a hard time in math, but I thought I was the one with the hard time in high school. The girl who was having a hard time in math was the one who had the silver spoon. She was the one who had a silver spoon.
At one point she was a math teacher, but when she started wearing glasses, that was taken away from her. This is like if you had a silver spoon, and then you have a silver spoon, it was taken away from you.
That’s actually how it works. A silver spoon is a reward for excellence and effort, but it’s only given to those who deserve it and are capable of excelling. A woman’s silver spoon is given to her when she graduates from college. That’s the same thing as having a silver spoon.
I feel like this is a pretty good and concise explanation of what a valedictorian is and is not, but it would be great if it were made into a video.