That’s What Life Does To You….
Today was my last day of school. I graduated today. I want to cry. I am going to miss all of my friends. I will be busy over the summer. Randy may not be going to camp. I am changing. My life is changing.
Today was my graduation. My mom came back from her trip today, and she was very late, sort of. Her flight was delayed for an hour. I was upset. But my dad somehow persuaded me into getting happy. It worked, and I got ready for school.
I wore a blue,white, and block flowery dress. It was as soft as silk, and it felt great around me. I felt like a princess, about to ride in her chariot. Half of my hair was clipped on my blue, decorative clip. The clip was what made me feel confident, along with the dress. My sandals were silver and had pearls with bows on them as well. I looked into my mirror. I saw a girl, a simple girl, who looked amazing. Well, that’s what I thought.
I crept downstairs for breakfast. My brothers were kind enough to still be sleeping. I ate four waffles, and yes I was hungry!
Then my dad my dad and I waited for my mom to come home. No luck. She called us.
“Just go. I will be at my daughter’s graduation right away. Don’t worry, I will be there.”
After the whole morning fuss when I came to school, I was walking down the aisle for graduation.
I was looking for my mom everywhere. Brooke was my partner. I was freaking out on how I looked.
“You’re fine. Don’t freak,” She said.
I looked at the line. It was moving.
“I just want to see my mom. I haven’t seen here from the past week.” I said.
Well I wasn’t able to finish my sentence. But she knew what I was going to say. I saw parents with cameras taking a billion of pictures. It was very crowded, but we somehow managed to fit through and walk down correctly.
We were simply walking down, and lined up.
Then the SGA, which i was a part of said the pledges. And then we had to say our speeches.
It was my turn, and I closed my eyes, took a breath, and spoke.
“The first word which comes to my mind when we say our school name is family.
Everyone here is part of one gigantic, compassionate, family.
We care, encourage, and help the others in need.
And today..We are celebrating our family.”
There was a pause. Then a ton of clapping. I smiled and got back to my spot, Then we sand some songs. And did whatever we would ordinary do.
There were many mistakes, but no one cared. We all were happy.
And at the end I had finally graduated. Next year there will be a girl going to bigger, and newer school.
I am just ready for SUMMER. It may not be the best, but I hope it is!
I already told you what I will be doing.
Tomorrow will be a very busy day for me. So I want to chill.
Monday is the first day of summer vacation for me.
And then I have CAMP! EEK.So excited!
Well..I need to go..