In chapter 6 titled The Wrong Train she got on the wrong train on the way to a music school. She was not worried about getting stranded when the wrong train dropped her by the side of the track. I would have been worried because it was an unfamiliar place and I would be thinking than another train would never stop. In this same chapter it talks about on of her music teachers and how she would help the teacher roll joints. Even though she was exposed to pot she said that she had no curiosity nor did she want to try pot. She understood that pot was illegal and worried about getting in trouble with the law. I think that is crazy that a 12 year old was rolling joints but the good part was that she knew that it could mean getting in trouble with the law. Also this surprised me that she was not curious but also it is so different compared ton kids in the newer generation because they are more curious. Today you hear a lot about teens and younger people experimenting with drugs and alcohol. I just found it so funny how the times have changed and the younger people have became more interested in gangs, drugs, and alcohol. In chapter 7 titled The Worst Year of My Life and the Pursuit of Happiness, the one thing that stood out to me was how Shania Twain made the decision to move her mother and siblings out of the abusive home. I would not be able to make that big of a decision that would affect everyone. Also when she turned 16 her mother went back with her siblings to her abusive father. Shania refused to go and she only kept very little of her belongings she only kept one suitcase of clothing and sent the rest with her mother and siblings.These photos are on a page in the book and I took a picture of them.