Lesson two: you know everyone in town and everyone knows you. For me personally, this gave me a sense of accountability. I felt this way because you never know who is watching you. Growing up, if you caused trouble, word got back to your parents before you did. I personally enjoy going to a small high school. The class sizes are small so the relationship between students and teachers is strong. To a small town, football season is the highlight of the year. From wearing a boy’s jersey down the hall, to cheering your heart out at the game Friday night, football season is what people of all ages look forward to. A group of friends in a small town are inseparable from one another. They know when something is wrong with one another and if you pick a fight with one; you get them all.
When I was in that annoying teen I-hate-everything phase, I hated (naturally) living on a farm. A lot. But since I’ve moved away from my home in Saskatchewan, I’ve gained perspective, and realized that growing up on a farm actually benefitted me quite a bit, teaching some life lessons I’ll always carry with me. Here are a few of them.
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Growing up on a farm has taught me a lot. It’s taught me about the importance of family, to stay true to your roots and, ultimately, that with hard work and determination you can accomplish anything, no matter what life throws your way.