By: Brad Manock
One of the secrets that I held onto the most tightly during my days of attending high school were large projects. If I had a poster that I needed to paste clipping of pictures and text onto, it would be very important that my family never know about the project. Why? Once my family would find out about a project I needed to do, it was no longer MY project. It was their project. In this article I am going to discuss some of the frustration that comes along with attempting to complete projects in secrecy or to the quality standards of my family as opposed to my own standards.