Although I’ve been thrown into distance learning, I can reflect back into the moments that defined the end of this year.
Today feels not only like a Friday, but the last day of school.
Being placed into an executive position has given me another depth into the ‘formal-scene’. Being placed into a ballot for formal royalty has given me another depth into the ‘formal-scene’.
This year, I took more of the daunting task of planning the homecoming rally, and did my best to stay involved with our float. With junior year on my shoulders, you best believe I was stressed.
School has not gone full force on me yet, as it is still part-introduction and review, but I already see impending burn out, and we’ve only made it halfway through the first quarter.
I enjoyed the six weeks of college I had, and even though it won’t represent the entire story I’ll have to live through in two years, it was still great.
Building our class homecoming float was definitely stressful.
Throwing down, and raking it up, I managed to keep my wristband on, and I managed to create a new memory.
I’m pretty happy with how this year is going to turn out.