“I am the way, the truth and the life!” Jesus answered. “Without me, no one can go the Father.” JOHN 14:6
All I’ve ever wanted to do is make people happy. Ever since I was a little girl, however I didn’t have the best example of happiness whilst I was growing up. I was let down too many times – so I never knew happiness, until I met you. So, I’ve decided. I’m goning to share this long story of how I found happiness. Make sure you’re sat down with a cup of coco and I will begin.
Hi there! As I said, I’ll start at the beginning of this epic adventure. I’ve never been truly happy, but I won’t jump to that just yet. I am the one and the only Georgia Young. Performer and I love it! When I perform, I love to make the audience happy. Sorry – I’m repeating myself. Let me start ... when I started secondary school.
Starting at The Warriner meant it was my fifth school. I’d never stayed at a school for the whole school year change thing. You know, when you move up a year. I just hoped this one would work. I wanted to finish a school with everything, not half of it but everything. Going to prom – even if it was on my own. The school, even if I didn’t know it at the time, was going to change me forever.
I started Year 7 in 2006, the first year of vertical tutoring. I thought I had the best tutor in the world. So warm, so friendly. I loved and she became a real close friend. Year 7 was a bad year for me. I didn’t make many friends and I didn’t know who I was. I was missing my best friend so bad.
Towards the end of the school year, pardon the pun – I found my forte. It was music. Music and English. The things I was good at and could enjoy. I had always enjoyed English, but I’d never thought I was good at it. I had tried out so many instruments in the past – but I didn’t feel anything when I played them. Then my tutor and my music teacher (both the same person) introduced me to my oboe teacher. Let’s see if I can remember the day.