30 Dec 12 at 10 pm

Seeing everyone made me really miss this day. From leading everyone in for the ceremony to the big group hug between everyone at the end of it. I miss high school and I know I’ll miss those years more and more as time goes on.

Seeing everyone made me really miss this day. From leading everyone in for the ceremony to the big group hug between everyone at the end of it. I miss high school and I know I’ll miss those years more and more as time goes on.

Not “highschool” as every English teacher has painstakingly drilled into ours minds.

I’m gonna miss it. “Miss” isn’t even a word strong enough to describe it. I’m gonna yearn for my high school years with a burning passion after Thursday evening. I can’t believe it’s all over. Senior year has been the most enjoyable life of my year thus far. All the things that’ve happened this year will bring feelings of joy to me when I look back on them.

My mom always told me, “Enjoy high school. These’ll be the best years of your life.”

It took me this long to actually learn that there’s a lot of validity in her statement. I love my school. I love my graduating class. I love my class advisors. I love the awesome vice principal that’s been leading us all throughout these years. I love my best friends that I won’t get to see everyday anymore. It’s just all saddening to me. Just saddening how the best four years of my life will be just a memory to me now.

New life lesson: Savor every moment that I have and never let a second go to waste.

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05 Jan 12 at 4 pm
tags: Memoirs  High school  life 

Make one mistake, and your reputation will be blown.

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03 Nov 11 at 8 pm

:)

tags: Memoirs  Asian  Collage  Boy  Yellow  Swag  Cool  High School  me 
:)
  • My football team’s 5-0.
  • Over half of my friends are people I have known my whole life and we’re still close.
  • I have an awesome girl by my side.
  • I got nominated to the Homecoming Court.
  • My grades are absolutely kickass, except for math :(
  • I’m making decent money.

Everything’s just getting better and better, yo.

And I’m just realizing it. But, I’m happy with who I’ve grown up to be.

I screamed out, “This school is way too crowded, people need to stop making babies.” Cause there was a major traffic jam and it took forever to get to my class. Mr. Murphy was standing behind me when I said it and he gave me this dirty look, oops. 

But for real though, the student population of TC is a little over a thousand but sometimes it feels like there’s at least five thousand kids running around. I primarily blame the freshmen for not walking on the correct side of the hallway and screwing up the flow of traffic. Yup

1.) Go out of state for college.

2.) Stay in Jersey and commute to college.

Both have pro’s and cons, but once I make a decision, there’s no turning back.

Option 1 - Out of Jersey, life in a dorm, I can just walk to classes, meet new people, experience a whole other world.

Option 2 - Stay with my closest friends / family, watch my little brother grow up, getting a job would be much easier, my basement.

But then of course, I could split it. Go to an in-state college for two years for my prerequisites and then transfer out. That would be the cheaper option, and I could make sure that the major that I choose is the subject I wanna stay in.

Blah, blah, blah.

I wanna be a kid again.
The biggest decision I had to make was what channel to watch after school.

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16 Mar 11 at 10 pm

This is what I want to do to 90% of freshmen and middle school kids who get tough.

When we’re little kids, we want to be the cool kids in school. When we’re kids in elementary school, we want to be the badass teenagers in high school. When we’re teenagers in high school, we want to be partying college kids. When we’re in college all we think about is finishing and going out into the world to make a living. When we’re old, all we want to do is be young and live it up again. Life’s crazy, isn’t it?