Working together, it's horribly difficult (most of the time)
Examples are as follows:
Group projects = Getting stuck with dumb partners, headaches, and ME getting stuck with the majority of the work cause I'm the "good kid"
Teams on video games = Getting irratated when we want to go different ways, being either worse or better than my partner, and dieing while being the "hero"
And last but not least the greatest example of all...(drumroll please)...
Love = Do i even need to explain?
But even though working together is HORRIBLY DIFFICULT, it is 100% necessary. Team work keeps us grounded and our mind open to the input of others. And most of all it teaches us things we could have never learned on our own.
So to sum this all up: We're in this 2gether so prepare for a LONG ride! ;)
I just happen to love the fact that I, here in small-town Oklahoma, wrote my senior research paper on a topic that has always bothered me, the fact that people don’t understand what being trans is or even means, right as it becomes a topic slowly bringing brought to the light. I had to do practically all my research at home because so much was blocked by our schools internet filter. I was also given a talk by both my English teacher and my parents about how I was walking on a thin line and to be careful about how i approached this topic. When I did my presentation no one in my class applauded or made jokes like they did for the others. They all just sat there, including my teacher, awestruck by the fact that the had just learned something that they couldn’t figure out how to joke about with out looking like heartless jerks. My English teacher even came to me later and said that he was sorry he doubted my project and that he was glad the class had actually learned something. Anyway this whole back story is just leading up to me saying that now that these issues are hitting the blue light (that’s term for things that get tumblr wide recognition) I’m hoping maybe some of the kids from my class on here (because i know they’re here) see the posts and remember my project and reblog them, doing their small part from small-town Oklahoma just like I did, because even one grain of sand can tip the scales.