Highlights of my Junior year!

Highlights of my Junior year!

As school is slowly coming to an end, I wanted to say my favorite parts of my junior year. We ended school in the middle of March. So no one really got a true last day of school. Though we couldn’t finish it, and it’s not the best, I wanted to remember my favorite parts of my Junior year.

10.) Going to YSU with most of my journalism class.

I didn’t just put this one on here because it’s part of this class. I actually really enjoyed going there. Journalism really made me step out of my comfort zone. That push was something I really needed.

9.) Visiting Kent State with my Teaching class.

Teaching is something I have wanted to do since my seventh grade year. So the fact that I visited Kent with my entire class, was so much more fun.

8.) The Rally’s.

Once I’m done with high school, the rally’s are probably gonna be the thing I miss most. Especially the Massillon vs. Mckinley ones.

7.) Getting my first official job.

If we’re talking first job, that would be babysitting. I used to babysit my younger cousins, my dad’s friends kids, and my brothers. Not all at once, but babysitting was really fun; I loved it. But, my first official job, was a cashier at Goodwill. I’m never gonna forget my first day of working at Goodwill. Or the first time I babysat my cousins.

6.) Eating lunch with my best friend in her teachers room.

My best friend and I didn’t have any real classes with each other. So I’m glad we actually had lunch together. With lunch being 45 minutes, we had a lot of extra time. Julie and I would bring cards. We would play Uno, Skip-Bo, and a few other card games. It was a lot of fun and I’m really going to miss it.

5.) Beating Mckinley.

Though I’m not the biggest football fan, I go to a lot of our games. I’m proud I can say that the Tigers beat the Bulldogs my Junior year.

4.) Getting closer with old friends.

Thanks to Corona, we were not allowed to really go out anywhere. So, we spent a lot of time on our devices (which is probably bad). But, there wasn’t much else to do. Anyways, I don’t know about you, but I used that as a chance to text some old friends and basically start fresh.

3.) Seeing my family from Idaho.

I haven’t seen some of my family, that lives out of state, in maybe five years. Seeing them was so much fun, even if the reason was sad.

2.) Skipping homecoming and hanging out with my cousin.

Honestly, I always have fun hanging out with my cousin Katarina; no matter what we do. But, this night, was fun. We ended up going out to eat, listening to music in her car, and we went bowling with one of my other cousins and her dad. Probably one of my best decisions.

1.) My baby cousin Sophie being born.

I have so many cousins. I love them all. Sophie was born on April 2nd, 2020. I am just so beyond happy that when she was born, everything was fine. She’s part of the family that lives in Idaho. So I haven’t met her yet. Hopefully I can in the summer.

I know we didn’t get the end of the year we wanted. But, the rest of the school year wasn’t all that bad. Now we can think of the parts of the year that were pretty good. Even if it’s something silly.

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