There are countless movies and other forms of media that tell us what life of high schooler should be like.
As a high schooler, especially as senior, I've come to realize how false (sometimes true) these things are.
As the crow screeches, I step down the stone steps with a quiet and quick pace.
Quickly I turn like a novel dancer and slam the old gate door behind me.
Its tune matches the crow.
With a nod and twist, I continue my walk.
So since today was senior orientation, I'm going to share my back-to-school supplies
and things I consider absolutely necessary for a gal to have (and some tips too)!
(And yes, I made a HUGE effort to make all my stuff look cute!!!)
As I prepare for senior year, I keep looking back on my junior year
and what I should take away from it so then this year will be my best.
Off topic, but I'm gonna be Dorothy for Halloween this year. Can't wait!!!
But if there are any of you out there who are on the verge of being a junior,
here are some of my tips so then you'll make it in one piece!
. . . So yesterday I was rather bored, so I decided to create some cute composition books . . .
When I first told one of my friends at school that before Burke, I had
no sense of style, she laughed at me.
"Whaaat?!" she exclaimed, chuckling.
But I simply nodded.
Me in 6th grade/year 7.
Yes, it's true.
But when you had been forced to wear a uniform consisting of a blouse,
tie, and skirt as well as being bullied for the past 5 or so years, I suppose
that it's natural that style seemed to not matter to me at the time.