Hey so once again I have fallen off the planet and haven’t been on here in ages… But I am now, so that’s all that matters right? heh. Well the lovely finals are in full motion and I am scraping by with my hairs on my chinny chin chin. I’m still in shock that I actually survived my first year in college without any major cuts or bruises or that many trips home. I don’t think the missing home feeling will ever fully disappear until I am back in with my puget sound and rain. But regardless, I feel like a new person but at the same time still the same ol me. Does that even make sense?
I feel like a ship lost at sea, I would like to get a glimpse of the shore. Only 2 weeks left.
I guess you really don’t know what you have until it decides to stand up and walk away….
Blue Gold: World Water Wars. Look it up on youtube. It will be the best spent hour and a half of your life. This video will change the way you view our planet and the impact humans make every single day whether we realize it or not. A single person can make a difference. Each one of us makes up a piece of the 6,973,738,433 people living on this planet. Water is shared amongst all of us as we cannot thrive without it. Unfortunately this water is becoming a commodity as corporations are purchasing land and demanding that people pay for water. Why should we have to pay for life? Shouldn’t water remain free for all so that everyone can have access to it? I’m done ranting but people should still watch the movie, become educated about the world’s issues and make a personal change whether it be small or big. I could not remain silent after watching the movie. Use reusable water bottles, turn off your water while you’re brushing your teeth. It does make a difference to our 3% fresh water remaining on this plant.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m loving college. But I think I want to come home. Home being where my lovely family, dog named Lola who misses her running partner, a space to call my own, friends to laugh the hours away with. But most of all, I miss what I am no longer part of. I have entered a new phase in my life and there is no turning back. I no longer belong in high school and that is hard to grasp sometimes, especially when I feel like I’m living it through it all over again through others. My only wish is to get through this next month without self destructing and grow out of my high school former shell to become the adult I wish to be.
Holy crapola it has been a while since I’ve actually wrote something on here. So, I guess I should expalin myself. I have one more actual day of school, high school, forever. Then at exactly 2:36 pm tomorrow I will have no more class. No more teachers, no more dress code, no more passing periods, no more giant chocolate chip cookies or wrap wednesdays. Now looking back at the four years, I’ve learned a lot about myself and realize I was a complete hooligan for trying to convince my parents to send me to Mt. Rainier. I probably would have enjoyed my freshman and sophomore years more if I had let the idea of Mt. Rainier go. I actually don’t have any idea as to how tomorrow is going to turn out… most likely it will be sad, but I’m sort of relieved I never have to take government again or go in the NASTY girls bathrooms on the second floor. Eh, perhaps this truly is the ending of one chapter and the beginning of the rest of my life. Scary thought…