It was like heaven, I loved every moment I was in my studies. Normally when people think of college they think that it’s just another couple years of something they already hated. When I attended college I felt nothing but pride and happiness. I mainly felt pride because for some reason I decided to watch pride and predigest on my flight to school. When I was in college I would say something and then think about what I said because all that could come out of my mouth most of the time was
Senior year was waiting impatiently to graduate and go to college. But it was also one of the best and worst year of my teenage years. It was great because I got accepted to different universities, I became a better person, learned new things, met new people, set some goals, and I was preparing myself for the future. But the bad thing was that I was growing up and I had to face reality. I learned that change is inevitable, and time flys by, and you can never recover the time you lost that is why you have to enjoy life to the maximum and sometimes things do not turn out the way you want.
I was excited to be working that summer because I would finally have my own money and could save for school with no help from my parents. I felt proud of myself because I was taking a small step into the real world. Although I was very happy, I was also concerned. The first day of orientation everybody had their spot and a job to do, and they were doing them very well. I remember before actually getting to work Barbara asked me if I wanted something to drink.
“Free time? What’s that?” I jokingly asked a friend mid-winter. I was a member of six clubs in high school and it was peak activity season, meaning I stayed after school every day and occasionally until eleven o’clock pm. Although I was very busy in high school with all these clubs, I truly enjoyed participating in all of them and they helped me build confidence in my leadership abilities. I was able to empower myself through Drama Club, Femineus Vocalis, Reading Olympics, Multicultural Club, and Student Government, but most influentially through Class Activities Club where I served as an officer for my class.
From the outside, many students live consists of all happy moments. Some people hide their stories deep down within themselves to bury the problems they want to hide. In my senior year of high school, I remember seeing this one sophomore girl that was super cute, energetic and playful at my senior barbeque. Her smile was filled with love, but I could see that her eyes told a different story. A few weeks later, I found out that she was in my associate student body (ASB) class and was placed in the same group as me.
Most of my time is spent working but if it's going to help me get through college then I will do it. Anything helps I even applied for as many scholarships as possible and filled out that FAFSA to get a grant, which I did and that's great. I have received some scholarships from the college as well that is going to help out a ton. My mom has tried to help with other things such as vehicle problems because she knows that I will struggle my second year of college trying to pay for it, and she is right on that I will struggle especially when I will be 6.5 hours away from home. I was afraid to go to college because I thought I would have to take out a loan and then be paying on it for the rest of my life and I don't want that at all.
I finally had my own room, we had a backyard, and it was overall more spacious.I was ecstatic when I found out we didn't have to use uniform in the new school I was going to attend. Throughout the years I made new friends and settled into my new life. Fast forward to freshman year of high school everything was good but my parent decided to file for a divorce a process that took too long to get finalized. I knew when parents get divorced you either stay with one or the other. That wasn’t a difficult decision for me I knew I would stay with my mom since I have a better relationship with
The bond between Cameron and I has never been stronger and we have had many great memories along the way, but since we are leaving for college soon, our bond has become stronger. We both have the mentality that after a few months, we are not going to be able to see each other for a few months, since we both will be in college in different cities. My friendship with Cameron is a friendship that I will treasure for my entire life and I hope that we can keep our friendship throughout our adulthood and
Those are all the stories I want to share, and remember either, this summer, I have go through lots of unexpected things and experienced some bad days. Looking at these happy moment and painful days, the satisfy work outcomes and exhausted work process, the respectable teacher but doubtful marriage behavior, the good friend time and heart-broken qureal and fight. This summer is not all happiness moment but not all painful experience, this is the life, I known I am still learning and growing from it. I hope I can known better about my self and learn how to work with different people. Now, the new semester began, I still have more than half a year to enjoin my student time.
Next day, I was surprised, because I got many letters from students about gratitude. They wrote I made them having fun and a lot of thank you. I saw them and drop tear. I was so happy and felt my job is not worthless. I thought student council president is not fun, because it is too busy and stressful; however, it is interesting, because I can learn a variety of things and feel satisfaction.