Feburary 12, 2014 My Graduation Day suddenly, I realized it was my last day in high school with mixed emotion and uncertain expression. Sad to leave the school which has imparted so much into me for the last 4 years. Then I sat there with a blooming joyous smile on my fave as I thought of finally being able to leave this boring repetitive life. But overall I was proud of myself finally being able to finish and complete this huddle was a great achievement and a stepping stone in my life.
12 long years of arguing with teachers over answers to unknown questions then feeling stupid after the answer was wrong, 12 years of of being frustrated. 12 years of unknowingly stepping into frequently territory.
In the ceremony in front of all the teachers, younger students and parents we received our certificates. A ceremony we have watched for the past 4 years, we have sat through and watched as students cried hugged and thought it would never be like that. Then as you stand up an see faces of people that you have made memories with and watched as they grew up with you. After all you’ve gone through with each other, you begin to realize that you’re all in this together, despite your differences. Flashes of stories blast through your mind; funny anecdotes about stupid things that you’ve done together; tales about pulling together as one when things seem too tough. Then when you realize how much you'll miss them. There’s no word to describe it.
After the graduation I and my friend decided to go to an Asian restaurant somewhere in chain town. We were about twenty and we decided to have a little section to ourselves. How ever, there was also another party right beside us. At the restaurant there a were beautiful colorful array of lightening that decorated the entire room. We played a lot of drinking games and one of my friends got intoxicated and began acting up and shouting out funny things. Well I remembered telling myself how