A Childhood Event That Should of Killed Me But Instead Taught Me Something of Life

It wasn't a big school. Typically averaging just 197 mouldable young minds across all grades meant everyone knew everyone. It also meant you had a bigger chance of being the one kid that did something stupid. Considering the small cohort, the buildings still looked big, recognising of course the fact that I was orders of … Continue reading A Childhood Event That Should of Killed Me But Instead Taught Me Something of Life