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Shark Week





Growing up, my parents believed in our education. We were not allowed to watch a lot of television. However, we were allowed to watch educational programs such as National Geographic and the Wild Kingdom get the idea.



I grew up loving learning about the world.

I have a fascination with whales and big cats.


My Dad was a Dive Master and would share his stories of what he would see on each dive.

Although he never had a run-in with a shark, he loved every dive.


The Discovery channel does Shark Week every year that I watch.

Amazing the sharks; I love learning about the different types of sharks who possess distinct behaviors.

The show with Tiffany Haddish was funny.

As I watched Tiffany dive into the ocean, I thought to myself, wished I was that brave.




Then I realized I had survived the sharks.

No, not in the ocean but the land sharks.

Those who lark at your job, people you thought were your friends.

You did not need chum for the land shark; they could smell a wounded person.

Identifying the land shark could be challenging since some would pretend to be docile.

Even a whale shark can swallow you whole.






Knowing your surroundings and being aware of their behavior is imperative.

Your positive energy is your superpower.





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