Every year around the time in spring, my school administrator makes the whole high school take one big picture together for the school yearbook to show our so called, "School pride." and "together-ness." They split us up into our classes, but there is a chance for all the people who have friends in a grade above or below to say a quick hi before getting split up. It was just a few months ago that I was with my two best friend- Suzy and Taeyeon- sitting in the schools crowded and loud gym waiting for the picture to be taken when a group of good looking upper classman
She and Candy were still friends, so...what was the deal? This behavior seemed to only intense upon their fourth summer in Gravity Falls, and at this point Dipper was fueling it on purpose, trying to figure what exactly was going on with his sister. On this particular night, Dipper was getting dolled up for a date with Candy, wearing the finest clothing his little income could purchase. It was the first date that they had been on since their last summer in Gravity Falls, and they were both obviously excited to be able to see, talk with, and touch each other physically again. "Mabel, do you think this is too dressy?"
We were the epitome of high school sweethearts, we went to school dances and football games together, everyone knew us as a couple, we had the same part time jobs and we thought we were going to be together forever. Everything was going fine I realized I was unhappy and we broke up, or more so I broke up with him, and he did not take that well. As I moved on with life with a new job, starting school and meeting new people, I forgot to check up on how Tyler was doing. Being that he took us breaking up so poorly, I had no need to see him or hear from him, if
Things used to be different. I used to go to school, laugh uncontrollably at lunch with all of my goofy friends and hoped that I would have time to spend with my boyfriend during the weekend. I used a name that my mom and dad gave me. The only thing I had to worry about was getting good grades… but now I worry for my family. I worry about how we can survive for another week.
The seniors at the school do a senior prank. They filled the pool with grape Kool-aid. All of his friend are going to college and Charlie is sad that Sam is going away. She is going to Penn State and she has to go to a summer program so she is leaving soon. It was the last day for seniors.
The fourth grade celebration wasn’t going to be our first date, since we had already gone on a field trip, and to my birthday party. I should have known something would end up happening, just with how he was acting. When I arrived at fun slides, he was already there. I was turned and talking to my mum and he snuck up on me and squeezed my sides, then lifted me up into the air, a
It was the Friday that we went on to Spring Break, we had skipped the whole day almost, but we still made it to school. The girls and I were ready to spend time together before I went off with my mom for Spring Break like I always did for each break. We had a feeling that things would pop off, but who would 've known it would of all happened all so fast. Months prior to this situation a old friend and I had got into a little altercation, and we had stopped being friends, Faith was her name. Faith, and her best friend Shayna, and I all rode the same bus and they had started bullying me, so I tried to avoid riding the bus as much as I could.
My observation paper is going to be about my trip to Kansas City Sporting. On my way there I was thinking on how I should speak more and not be shy to talk to people. So on the first day of tryouts everyone there was very friendly I met every single coach and every single player that plays for that team. At first I though everyone was going to be rude and not even speak to me but it turned out the opposite. When I got on the field I was expecting for everyone to be friendly on the field as they were off the field.
I stepped onto the field in awe. It was just like every other year I had played, except this year things started to get competitive. I was ecstatic. The night before I had called my dad to tell him all about soccer and and all of my game dates so he could attend them. He said that he probably wouldn 't be able to make it and for me not to count on it.
Every day for the past eighteen years I have woken up and gone through the same obstacles repeatedly. It never changed until I started college, which is filled with new adventures and learning new things every day. Some people may think that I have not changed much since starting college. Although they cannot see it, I have seen the change in myself. Before college, I was focused on myself and what others thought of me; however, since I started college I have been more focused on my family and not worried about other’s opinions of me.
Little did his parents know it would result in early practices in Richmond, games hours away, and spending their weekends on the field. Torre played on a house league team, the Roanoke Star travel club, state ODP, and Hidden Valley High School. Sophomore year of high school, Torre tore his ACL and was out for a while to recover. But, his passion never died down for the sport. Playing on high level teams allowed Torre and his best friend, Will, to travel to places like Costa Rica and Germany to compete.
The bus ride to the Amherst meet was just like any other that season. We were listening to music, talking, and joking about how much we were going to lose by. For so far in my rookie year we had lost every race. We walked the course before the race, but no one was really paying attention, we were still thinking about last night’s spaghetti supper. Carbo-loading before a meet while playing football and sitting by the fire had long been a tradition for our team.
Ranch Dressing at High Velocity In high, a group of my friends and I couched the girls’ Powder Puff Football team. Junior and senior football players volunteered to couch their respective grades in a charity football game. We had six practices to use, and most of the girls had never held a football before. It was a comedy of errors, and incidentally where I met my best friend. Every Saturday, we had Powder Puff practice a few hours after our regular football practice.
Everyone wanted to know how the next teenager would die. Even though the talk was fresh in town about Travon’s death, it didn’t change the routine everyone had set in place. So a couple of days later two sisters had a party. Their birthday is close to each other so they celebrate it on the same day. The party took place outside.
So it took about a million years, but the season finally started. I waited and waited and waited and waited and waited for it to start, and then it did. I was immediately used to going all these places with the team. I never put on a uniform, but I went everywhere. Whenever there would be a game, it was always a fun night.