Greetings and salutations! Well everybody, it’s been a fun summer. I don’t think I’ve accomplished all the things I aspired to do, but I still had fun.
It’s time for books, homework, friends, and sappy high school drama to be the majority of my life again. Although, my goals as a senior will be to act more confident, happy-go-lucky, and friendly towards others. Here is a quote by Elbert Hubbard that I really want to reflect my life on in this next year.
“Don’t take life too seriously. You’ll never get out alive” Elbert Hubbard, US Author (1856-1915)
Despite its short length, it carries a lot of weight. If you take life too seriously, than you will never be able to smile or laugh at the small/unimportant parts of life. There are things in all of our lives that probably wouldn’t matter to anyone but ourselves.
I hope that my senior year is filled with excitement and lots of good memories. One of my adolescent goals- I admit defeat- is to find a boyfriend. I don’t mean that I’ll go out asking each boy I know if he’s dating someone, and if the answer is no then sweeping him off his feet and into the church. No. I will take my time creating and strengthening relationships with my male friends, and hopefully- I pray- maybe the one who is right for me will appear before I leave for college; wherever that may be.
From this day forward, the length of my posts will vary depending on how eventful my days were. For example: Once I’m about a month into the school year, say I had a slow day, then I probably won’t have much to write home about. However, if I had two tests, an assembly, and a romantic British Literature class, then you’ll see much more written on the blog.
So until then, please take care and have a wonderful school year. Or for those of you who have started school already, don’t start slacking yet! Keep going strong until you reach the very end of that metaphorical tunnel.
Thank you for reading. Ciao!