Day 231: what were your thoughts enter pre-school, kindergarten, middle school, and high school
Pre-school.. i was probably like, yo. People. Friends and shit. I didn’t cry.
Kindergarten.. I don’t even know. Probably similar reaction to preschool.
Middle school: Didn’t feel like I entered middle school until I switched schools in the 8th grade, and so when I switched schools I was like ohhh snap, so cool. Everything new. Freaking crazy changes. Super nervous though.
High school.. I don’t even remember. I think I was scared cause like I had teachers that I heard were hard. I was also happy to have my own schedule and stuff, I thought that was really cool.
And then I came to college. Hah.
Day 230: what is your favorite memory from before the school age.
Mmm before school?! Damn. Don’t even think I can remember that far. But like.. eating lima beans while watching Sagwa. Or reading to my grandma (I started reading pretty young). Or like, peeling off the wallpaper in the bathroom cause I thought it was funny.
Day 229: write a letter to the person you’re closest to
I’m close to a lot of different people in very different ways, but I’m gonna write this to my parents. Dad in particular.
Hi. We haven’t talked in a really long time cause I’ve been so bogged down with school work and bhangra and you guys always seem to be traveling and hiking, I lose track of where you are so often! Anyways, in the midst of finals week, I have chemistry in an hour. I miss you very much. When I get the time, I’ll be sure to check out your travel blog. And I’m sorry for being annoying for no reason sometimes, school is stressful and I don’t deal with that stress very well at times. I love you very much and cannot wait to see you soon.
Hmm. That was interesting. I wonder if I’d really say that stuff on the phone. Probably. But, still.
Snowflakes are actually the perfect metaphor for people. Each one IS unique, but we all have the same structure and are pretty similar in spite of our differences. And really, with as many around as there is, aint no one gonna notice your differences unless they care enough to look closely.
Also people are also similar to snowflakes in that it is difficult to drive when there are too many of them piled up on the road.