People don't seem to understand that it takes me hours to do chemistry work. Its not like i'll be done 30 minutes later or an hour later or even possibly 2 hours later. I'll be done when I tell you I am.
“Over the past 180 days, we have grown as people, as friends and as individuals. Although we are all different in many ways, our successes, our current goals and our future aspirations have emphasized both our individuality and the similarities we share with others. This year, we have made new friends, shared new experiences and some of us have changed in ways that we could have never imagined. As the seniors walk across the stage and the freshman walk through the front doors, there is one thing that will always link us together; we are, and always will be, the Big Red.”—(via ayzehuchacham-halomed-mikol-adam)
The idea that in 48 hours I will have already finished high school is unimaginable. The senior send off that I snuck in early my freshman year is now my send-off. I can remember so vividly sitting next to Rebecca last year talking to her about how next year it’ll be our turn. I know that I will start to cry as the big red band plays the fight song one last final time. My eyes are starting to water just thinking about it. I guess it has truly reached a point where I can no longer ignore it. Today I had my last history class, tomorrow will be my last mikukec ja, last english class, last chemistry class and my last calc class. Mrs.Boyce’s English class was my first english class at Hillsborough and it’s going to be my last one. Friday is just going to be filled with tears. Though they may be tears of sadness they’re for all the wonderful memories and the wonderful people I’ve met.