Ahhh!!! The school year is coming to an end and I’m kind of freaking out. I just recovered from the mental exhaustion after formal, and now assessments?! I have lost all sanity and will evaporate at any given moment.
I see that your poor time management skills have come back to haunt you. I honestly don’t know what to say. At least formal was in Cambridge, so maybe the Harvard and MIT vibes will rub off on you.
C is better than a D,
It’s cold and raining and disgusting outside. Sports still aren’t canceled. How do I cope with this? I’m going cray-cray.
Don’t let the rain dampen your enthusiasm. Gotta get those steps in; otherwise, your Apple Watch will be disappointed. Perhaps choose a dance class next time.
*Beep Beep* Larry,
I got my permit a few months ago and have recently started driving around Concord. My instructor keeps yelling at me, and at this rate, I don’t know if I’ll ever go on the highway. What’s bothering me, though, is that every time I drive around the streets, I see a swarm of familiar people doing lunges, only to realize that it’s another sports team. I don’t even know who’s more embarrassed—them or me.
16 and wild
Hi reckless driver,
Be thankful for the constructive feedback given to you. As for the sports team, treat them like a flock of sheep—either chase them away or don’t bother them at all. After all, car insurance is pretty expensive for new drivers.
So, like, I don’t feel ready to be an upperclassman next year. All I remember is that hazing is no good. I sort of forgot that I actually have to be responsible, and now I’m freaking out. If I can’t manage my own time, how am I expected to manage the new freshies?
Innocent like a Freshman
On the bright side, you will inherit power. Seize it. On the not-so-bright side, you gotta learn how to get yourself together and actually start being responsible. Remember the seniors you looked up to? Be them, but better.