Shay Quin grew up in a military family and went to a new school every year from first grade until high school. As the perpetual new kid, she developed a love for reading, writing and making new friends of all backgrounds. At seventeen, Shay graduated from high school with her cosmetology license. She worked behind the chair and as a manager for corporate salons until she opened her own
My whole life I’ve tried to play things safe, but I’m learning that life means taking risks.
I’ve always liked this quote by Abe Lincoln, but it never really registered until recently.
‘In the end, it’s not the years in your life that count. It’s the life in your years.’
By the look of that obstacle course, I’m off to a good start, so wish me luck.
I have a feeling I’m going to need it.”
I watch my oldest son struggling to learn the platforms for seventh grade online learning through this COVID crisis, and honestly, I’m right there with him. There are teachers trying to get students to sign onto different programs outside of their regular classroom, meaning