I hardly knew thee... NOT!
But I was just ready for this year to end ever since back of February of this year. It wasn't bad, but it could've been better in some spots of the year. I just hope my junior year won't go be so fast because there is the homecoming dance, then prom, which I am trying to decide to go to next year, but not only that, but gaining confidence and raising my self-esteem could be a little bit more beneficial and becoming well-known by the time I graduate from high school.
And guess what? I have to be up Saturday at 5 A.M. to play at graduation! Isn't that fun? </sarcasm> But, to be honest, I'm actually going to miss the seniors. I didn't shed a tear once during band practice today because I did that back at our last marching competition in October. But, these seniors never lost faith in me, even though I lost faith in myself. They taught me to reach for my goals if I push myself to the limits and well... I;m gonna miss them.
Alright, this sweet and sentimental side of this journal is done. Or is it? Yeah, it is. And you guys may see me on here less because I'm pretty sure that my plans for June is to spend more than 30 minutes outside getting in shape for band camp. And met me just say that I plan for this summer that I live it to the fullest and I wish myself and my classmates of 2015 good luck.
But, on a lighter note, I AM A JUNIOR!
Even though graduation is Saturday, I'm still going to consider myself a junior.
Again, like I said, I am going to SAVOR this upcoming summer and do something about it and also SAVOR junior year, as well.
Here's to another successful year of school and many more to come.