Hello, Junior: Day 1

My first day of Junior Year! How was it, you may wonder, or you may not wonder… either way I’m going to tell you!

I woke up thinking that a sound in my dream woke me up, but no it was my all too familiar, almost forgotten but not quite, alarm. I was anxious for the school day, but a good kind of anxious. I forgot what time school started and what time I usually left the house, which kind of resulted me into being a little late. I wouldn’t have my family’s genes if I wasn’t a little late!

Today was an odd day so we had periods 1, 3, 5, 6, and 7.

Period 1 was photography. I was excited, because I really love photography and I want to develop my, if existent, photography skills. One of my old friends from freshmen year sat next to me, and I don’t really know if he recognized me but I didn’t want him too so I kind of just sat there. It was just weird how we became friends then strangers in an instant (Turns out he’s in 3 of my other classes, that’s great). But I don’t really care. I joined the class to have fun and be artistic. I’m excited for it!

Period 3 was piano. This was another class I was excited for. My school has an individual keyboard for everyone. So my imagination of 20 kids being crowded on one piano is an unreal scenario, that’s really comforting lol. It was cool, the room had so much futuristic technology, or technology that was there for 10 years that I’ve never heard of. Like the teacher could listen to a specific student’s piano playing without bothering the other students. And with the use of headphones, you can just be immersed into your own universe. I think I’m really going to love this class, and I’m not afraid to jinx it.

Period 5 was lunch, and I have it with my best friend!! I was so excited, we have the same lunch for both semesters. It’s so comforting having her there by my side through the hectic day.

Period 6 is an everyday period and I have chemistry everyday. The teacher has a cool accent and she even laughed at herself mistaking some words for something else. But, there’s no one that I really know in that class, so that’s kind of a bummer. But, I just hope chemistry isn’t as bad as it was for my friend last year.

Period 7 was Spanish. I have to admit that I really didn’t want to be in Spanish. You only needed to credits for a foreign language, and I got them. But I didn’t get switched out upon request. I really, really want to learn another language, but Spanish just gives me a headache sometimes. The conjugations and vocabulary confuses me a whole bunch. But, the only thing keeping me in the class is the fact that my best friend is in the class with me and I guess if she’s there we can both work through Spanish together.

My Junior Year was… I’m not sure yet. I still have an even day ahead of me, so we’ll see how that goes. I don’t know, there’s just something pulling me towards this year, I feel excited about it.

Like my sophomore year, I have a feeling that my junior year will be a roller coaster as well. Bigger and more thrilling.



5 thoughts on “Hello, Junior: Day 1

  1. I love your enthusiasm for the year ahead, it is refreshing haha! I can’t believe photography is an actual lesson you get though? We would never get that here in the UK. Oh well! I hope you have a great year 🙂

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    • Lol, thank you! I’m trying to stay positive! Really? Well hopefully it’ll become a class in the near future. Thank you for the wishes, I hope the same for you! 🙂


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