I did it! I made it through four years of high school. You know how people say that high school was the best time of their lives? I do not share that same opinion. Ever since freshman orientation, I've been waiting for the day that I could leave. As many of you know by now, I am not your typical teenager. I did not spend my nights partying or trying to fit in with everyone else. Although this made my classmates view me as the quiet, strange girl that studies too much, I did not care. I don't want to be like everyone else. I never have wanted to. From now on, I won't have to be judged by the same people I went to grade school with, or the most popular girls in the class. I won't have to deal with the high school drama, even though at times it made me laugh to realize how petty and ridiculous some people are. I can be me. In three months, I will be moving to Boston and starting my new life. What is more exciting than that?
There are two more things I want to mention.I cannot tell you how thrilled I am to not have to wear a uniform anymore.Thirteen years of looking like everybody else is finally coming to an end. I really need to spice up my wardrobe. Also, I know that I have been slacking on my blog a bit lately with everything that has been going on. However, now that I am free for the summer, I will be able to post more regularly and respond to all of my readers. I apologize if I have not gotten back to you or spent time on your blog. That will all be changing in the next new weeks. I cannot wait to explore all of your blogs and meet a bunch of new people! If any of you know of any blogging projects or are hosting one yourself, please let me know because I would love to be a part of it. Thank you so much for taking the time to read my blog.
Until next time, Mandy