Monday, February 20, 2012
Now, I was definitely not one of those high school girls. I hated just about every second of it. From the school dances in the gym, to group projects with pot heads and slackers, to analyzing Shakespeare, I have very few fond memories. And by very few, I'm sure I could count them on two hands.... maybe even just the one. Every time I come back home (especially when I come home by myself) I still feel kind of like I'm right back in high school. Although, now when I come home, I can drink, so that already makes life better now than in high school. But when I come home, I miss the simplicity of high school: I very rarely had homework, and when I did it was easy, I never had to read text books, I could lie my way out of anything at school, and I had a small group of friends that I saw all the time. Now, I barely have time to see friends between work and school, and school work. I also knew exactly what I wanted to do without any hesitation. Now, I've discovered that teaching may not be my thing but that I want to do something that requires more schooling, and more money. Great right? Yeah, not so much. High School may have sucked for a lot of reasons, but everything was a hell of a lot easier back then.