If anything, I’m proud of myself for today. It was a great day because I made it that way, and there’s nothing wrong in having some pride in a great day. :]
Now for the actual blogging.
I’m a Junior now! It’s great :] Maybe it’s just that I’m at a new school and things there could very well be different, but the teachers there really seem to take a liking to my class in particular :D
The morning was a bit hectic. I spent about 30 minutes waiting for a bus that I was sure wouldn’t come, only to find myself a bit depressed that it actually did come (because by the time it did, I was thinking about just going home and waiting for my parents to come home only to tell them that a bus never showed up for me.) But, it came, and I got on, and my bus driver is a tad slow (what a shocker), and I felt awkward not knowing anyone.
It got even more interesting when I actually walked in the school. Culture shock.
For about two years, I had been living in a small, country-focused town. Very rural, very boring, very monotonous. A lot of the people there were just the same in looks and thoughts. I truly despised that.
In Blairsville, I could have been considered one in a million for the way I looked. But in here, at my new school, I’m just another one of the 999,999. Not because I look the same, or think the same as everyone else, but because there are so many people like me there, and so many of the other people with different ideologies and styles that we all just seem to balance out and coexist.
I’ve never been in love with a place, let alone the place I go to learn. But, an amazing first impression has been made on me.
If anything though, I only really made one friend out of the many people I met today. Her name is Sarah. She introduced herself to me in Math, walked me to class, and I even found out she rides on my going-home bus. We had an instant connection, and it’s cool to have a friend here. :] I digress though.
My classes; I love them! Work that I’ll eventually be getting (which isn’t a lot XD) aside, I like the teachers I have. Among all else though, everything is so much more bearable because I have so many classes to deal with instead of just laying about after an hour or so of work in just 4 classes doing nothing! I’m busy, and I love it.
Oh, and the cherry on top; Lunch. I’ve never been to a school allowing me to leave campus to go eat. It’s so liberating! The fact that they give us an hour is just awesome too. :) I can’t wait to just go for a nice little walk tomorrow (and hopefuly not get lost!)
All in all, it was a great day. 10 out of 10 :]
More tomorrow, and thanks for the read! :D