Today was a pretty damn nice day. It was pretty jam packed full of things to do. I won’t write about the whole day. Just know it was a blast. I’ll write just a bit about the ending of it.
It was me and two others bullshitting in the car all day. Towards the end of the night we decided to go high up a hill to a nice view of our city. Standing outside of the car with the calm gust of wind blowing caused plenty of thoughts to arise. We talked about the future, about the present, and of course the past. I just loved the whole day, it was important for self reflection on top of the fun.
I realized something. It’s days like these that I will miss. It’s days like these that I cherish so much. Those days that you can tell just by the feeling in the air, that it will be a classic.
Such a strange feeling. I just can’t believe it’s over. I mean, I will move on. Just, that bitter part is hitting me right now.
Let me get some details of graduation day out of the way. The day itself was awesome, seeing everybody together was fun. All of us made it. Getting the diploma got me pretty damn emotional, as did shaking my fathers hand. My mom is an amazing woman for being there for me throughout. I can’t believe what she did to get me here. But that’s me being sidetracked. Taking pictures was a blast. I then hung out with a friend for dinner. Then we went for Disneyland for grad night. Which I will sum up with by saying that it was off da chain yo. One of my favorite days of the year. That leads us to my current feeling and state about 4 days later. Here we go..
Firstly, I want to say that although there are things I wish I would have done I really loved my hs experience. For many reasons. The biggest one being the interactions with people/friends. I met some truly amazing and important people. They helped shape me. When I was troubled at home (often) I would go to school and be okay. Those thoughts just vanished. I have grown to love these people. Though many of us will go our seperate ways, I am thankful to have met them. So damn grateful for those people.
A friend told me a few days ago that this chapter in my life is over. But the beauty of life is I will continue to learn from this chapter. I can understand this, it’s tough to accept right now. But all of us will go on to create our own stories. Which is beautiful. I am not too worried, as I know I will talk to the very select, special few from this chapter.
Well, High School was damn awesome. Especially the last 2 years. I know I will hold these years close to me. Too much fun. Love you people that helped me, I wish you luck in the world of tomorrow.
This is in honor of my last day of high school. I started listening to Lupe in 7th grade, and he completely changed my perspective of music. I chose this song because it has been with me since the moment I heard it on the radio. All through my school years. Thanks Lupe.