31 January 2012
My Transition to the Real Life
As I look back on my high school years I see a complete transformation. I see myself going through some major and minor changes that have come to define my whole existence. My freshman year I was shy and self-conscious, I didn’t know where I belonged. I didn’t know who I wanted to be, or what to do with my life. I was 5’5 with long black hair that came up to my lower back, with nice straight teeth, and clear face like a babies butt. My best friend Nancy was about 5’3 with glasses short frizzy hair and a lot of acne. Entering West Potomac High School with my best friend Nancy was the scariest thing of our lives. Seeing a huge school with four sets of doors cross the front was a bit intimating. As we stepped in the lobby we saw random halls going every direction possible and older kids just passing by not saying excuse me or anything. We finally decided what way to go which was right out the door and back to the front of the school where we first started. We waited to see if anybody else we knew would come to where we were Selma Edis and, Lizeth, show up and I started feeling a little more confortable. From that day the front of the school became the spot everyone that we knew would stand there before and after class just to see each other’s faces. Nancy and I were always together like peanut butter and jelly the only time we would spate was when we didn’t have class together. One day after gym we walked together to the spot but as we walk by we see Lizeth’s Brother, Alex. He was the most wanted kid in this school he was handsome, tall, with nice hair, and clear face he also played soccer every girl dreamed of being his girlfriend. As we walked by him we smiled like crazy maniacs but tried to play it cool, he didn’t notice us so we just kept walking whispering “oh my gosh he is cute” hoping he would turn back to look at us. Nancy and Alex started dating they...
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