Daily Prompt: Land of Confusion

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Which subject in school did you find impossible to master? Did math give you hives? Did English make you scream? Do tell!

 

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My grades were pretty well, at least up until junior high school. Well, except for music and physical education. Other than them, I had believed myself as intelligent, kind of genius. 😀 Until I realized in high school that I might be kind of hopeless with Science and Math.

 

I was so awful at rhythms and exercises. I’ve never been good at them, or rather I’ve been kind of the worst when it comes to them. I know the phrase “I have two left feet”, but I’m a kind of person who has “too many left feet” when it comes to dancing or at any sport or exercise. I often felt I wanted to run away from school to avoid those classes. Believe me. I  was always a hand or a foot ahead or behind during dancing. I would always freeze the team on some game with my miraculous mistake.

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