Listening to some music that reminds me of my school dances back in high school got me in a sentimental mood. Hell yeah!
I have to say, my high school is definitely known for our school dances. Mainly because we’re the least conservative high school when it comes to dances. Hell, we’re not conservative at all. When you step into our school danes (especially prom), it’s like stepping into a nightclub. Not going to lie.
You think those girls are goody two shoes right? Yeah, no. Dance night (especially prom) means you can be the craziest person ever, and no one will give it a second thought. You basically a get out of jail free card for prom night at our school. It doesn’t matter if you’re a goody two shoes, there’s a 99% chance you won’t be on prom night. At any given time at any school dance for our school, there was only 2 people not being crazy/wild.
and let me tell you, it was FUN! I would absolutely love to go back to my high school danes.
Not going to lie, looking back at these make me want to go out for my 21st birthday even more.
and you know it’s the best feeling ever when you totally thought you bombed that assignment.
I had to write my first real college paper this past week. I completely forgot about it up until the night before it was due. Talk about sweating it hard that night… whew. I thought it was the worst paper I’d ever written because the only requirement was that it had to be a minimum of 3 pages long. I usually never worry about length requirements because I tend to explain things very thoroughly, and give lots of detail. I typically write about twice the requirement.
I went online to check if my professor posted any new discussions only to see that “comments awaiting viewing” icon. My heart started racing, and quite frankly I didn’t want to look at the computer. I clicked on it, looked away, slowly looked back and YES 50/50! I was on cloud 9 for about one second.
This is also my redemption from getting a C on my first project in another class. That’s probably why I was nervous to look at my grade. It’s not my first college A (especially if you include when I went to business school because I got all A’s and maybe one B), but it was my first ever paper and it was an A! So I’m going to say that’s a success, right? Right!
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