Maybe I’ll just change the world

I graduated to high school today from middle school. It is kind of hard to believe. People often assume that I am incapable of learning at a high school level but I know what I can do. Maybe I will prove all those people wrong. I am really excited to try. My parents know what I can do too, so I know that I’ll have a chance. Can the school just let me write? That is how I show my intelligence. Am I going to be some great mathematician? No. Am I going to be a famous physicist? No. Am I going to be a world renowned musician? No. But I can write and maybe that will change the world. Austin.

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Austin Jepson

I am a non-verbal boy with autism. I was adopted by the Jepsons at age seven. Prior to that, I lived in foster care for 2 years. My original family could not take very proper care of me and I was taken from their home. My memories of them are still alive, though, and I love them, even though they had problems. My life now is better. My mom and dad love me and so do my brothers. I am lucky for that. As I am planning on going to college some day, writing in this blog is great practice. I hope you like it. Maybe you will learn something about autism. I hope so.

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    Melanie Walthall says

    I’m betting that you will change the world. Keep writing and it will happen.

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