We’ve all been there. The thing with high school is, it never changes. Time can fly by, fashions will come in and out but no matter your race or gender, as long as you’re a teenager, rest assured the jungle we call ‘school’ will chew you up and spit you out.
Now, I don’t mean to discourage those of you who havent reached that yet but wise words; you will have your ups and down (extreme suicidal moments, heart breaks and moments of pure insanity and hysterics of laughter) but you’ll never forget it. In fact, your experience in school has the capacity to shape your future, who you are and who you become. unfortunately our teenage years are the ones where we discover who we are, make stupid choices, see the world for what it really is and discover who our real friends are. Today I witnessed something that upset me and thank God (literally) that I know who I am.
People *cough* Girls *cough* will, bitch and just be plain nasty and for no absolute reason. I do believe it’s in our nature as women but that’s no excuse to carry on doing it anyway. Boys will be boys ( rough ‘n’ tumble) and of course will always be there to break our hearts carelessly.
God has kept you till now, he’ll keep you till tomorrow (if he wills). He has plans for your life, even if it doesnt seem so. Forget those popular kids that give everyone evils in the cafeteria. Forget the boy that used those three words with his lips but not his heart. Forget those friends that lied to you. But remember it wont last forever. But then again Bowling For Soup said ‘High School Never Ends’…here we go again.
Enjoy it while it lasts. Dont rush into things. Dont get involved in the Gossip (trudat!) and Be true to yourself. Its okay, to be who you are. If they really like you they wont care what your like.
High school can’t be described. it just has to be experienced. Those are, and will always be The Best Days Of Your Life. xoxo Evie
I can promise you that Letters to God IS NOT A CHICK FLICK! If you have ever watched My Sister’s Keeper with Cameron Diaz then you are gonna love this ( No not WITH Cameron Diaz, she’s IN the film!). Yes, its about a sick child who devotes himself to writing letters to God to help him cope and understand what is happening to him. You dont have to be a beleiver to watch this film, in fact I think that it reaches out to everyone. Its heart warming and delicate in a captivating way, If you EVER watch anything, make sure its this! I must admit I did cry a little, but I can promise you that its an hour and 20 mins well spent. Curl up with a bowl of popcorn and a box of Chocolates, It’s a great watch!