Howdie Heath Hester!


By Lupita Nowak, Staff Writer

Heath Hester moved here from Oklahoma before the school year started and is a sophomore. He is involved in the Sanctuary Youth Group, where people ages 13-18 can come together to have fun and learn about growing their relationship with God.  He is also in the school choir. Heath is fun spirited, good-humored, and passionate about the Lord.

The Wrangler: When did you find out you were moving? What was the reason?

Hester: I found out about three weeks before we moved. It was because my step dad got a job down here.

The Wrangler: How did you feel about moving?

Hester: I was really sad. I was crying all the time.

The Wrangler: How do you feel about Texas? Is it what you thought it would be or different? Why?

Hester: It’s worse than what I thought it would be. It’s so hot and I don’t have any friends.

The Wrangler: How is Sugar Land different from your hometown?

Hester: It’s bigger. It’s in Texas.

The Wrangler: How is George Ranch different from your old school? What do you like/dislike about it?

Hester: George Ranch is better; there’s nothing really to not like about it. There’s [sic] no bullies.

The Wrangler: What has made moving easier?

Hester: God. He’s been a helping hand. Something to help me through.

The Wrangler: Would you consider yourself an introvert or extrovert compared to people in this school? Because of this, is it easy or hard to make friends?

Hester: I stay to myself a lot. I’m really shy. It’s really hard to make friends when I’m shy.

The Wrangler: What are some things you might want to get involved in at George Ranch?

Hester: I’m in choir. I don’t really know what I could get involved in.

The Wrangler: What do you think the people at George Ranch can do better at making people feel welcome? Do you think the people at George Ranch are doing a good job?

Hester: There’s not a whole lot they can do. It’s more on my part and what I can do. Ya.