"I was like, 'You're kidding Ghd Lagoon me you work eight hours?'" Faucher said.
Nashua's Farmer plays dad
Farmer is trying to make the most of his second chance.
back on the hardwood, a key member of the Eagles team that had gotten off to a historic 9 0 start. at a local health/elderly care facility. He also takes his role as a father seriously, co parenting with Raymond's mother.
"He'd study all night, do a project all night and not sleep," Faucher said. "Go to practice, practice his butt off. No one would know he hadn't Ghd Curls
"That blew me away," Faucher said. "Then it's like nonstop. I try to take a nap in between, then I practice at 3 o'clock.
So when does he sleep? Farmer grabs an early afternoon nap in the school's library, and one of his teammates will wake him up in time for either practice or another class.
"It's more or less for him to prove to him and myself that I can do it. And for the love of the game, of course; I love basketball."
How did he do last semester? Try three A's and two B's.
"But I learned from my mistakes, and I knew school was my number one priority, and I wanted to get good grades."
But that was five years ago, and now Farmer is determined to make it all work.
Faucher has seen this before. He once had a player at Dartmouth College, Steve Trundle, who had committed to go through a five year engineering program in four years.
The second big thing for Farmer is basketball.
Oh, and he goes to class full time, looking to get a degree in health care administration.
slept, he never said anything. So I give Ray all the leeway he needs."
"I just want to set an example for my son, and that I didn't get a college degree is something I really want to change. I want to set an example for my son, that I could get a college degree despite everything that's happened to me."
"I wanted to play basketball because in high school, I didn't get to play the way I wanted to," Farmer said. "So I figure now Beats Tour 2.0
class and was in the library working when he dozed off.
Faucher got a glimpse into Farmer's world. He is a Nashua High School North alumnus who played sparingly for the Titans and has been away from the game for a few years.
"He takes that responsibility very, very seriously, which he should," Faucher said. "I'm very proud of him, the way he does that, and the dynamics between the two."
"I really wanted to get back into school and get it done," Farmer said. "It's a fact of life, getting anywhere without a college degree is hard now.
"I messed up when I first came to college," Farmer said. "Just having my son, it was so tough back then, all the juggling.
He was originally recruited to go to DWC by Faucher's predecessor, Jeremy Currier, but stayed for only a short time, as he couldn't handle school, basketball and being a new parent after the birth of his son, Raymond.
"Then back at it again, either for a game sometimes or right back to work."
I at least want to play one year so I can show my son you can always do what you want to.
He may get time for another nap after practice around 6 before he does homework, and then it's right back at it again beginning at 11.
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