Photo courtesy of the Chatham-Kent Black Historical Society In the back corner of Sandwich First Baptist Church, year-old Lana Talbot lifts up a loose piece of burgundy-stained wood, exposing a four-foot drop to the dirt floor basement. Today, a dusty black ragdoll still lays abandoned in the tunnel. At the front of the church, year-old Charlotte Watkins plays beautiful piano melodies on the small stage where her father once gave sermons. In the back, a draft of cold, damp air is freed from the exposed escape, accompanied by an eerie stillness.
Aim crazy things, be free with your ideas, and see what happens. But you're going to build the coming, you'll need to be a break new ground. When it comes to academics, it pays to challenge yourself. I'm all the rage the Bioethics Symposium, presenting research arrange the ethics of genetically-enhanced intelligence. By times it's daunting—research, deadlines, time management—but it's also a whole new approach of thinking. Very independent and you-driven. Everyone has a different and by the same token valid perspective to bring to the table—so put yourself out there. Around are no jocks here at Kent Place, no science geeks, no theater nerds.