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A smile, some enthusiam and a little bit of hard work is all it takes.

Recently, I was wondering... I mean, I'm so close to graduation. I'm about to leave high school. It still feels weird and that knowing it's happening feels totally unreal to me at times.
I mean, I never thought that I would graduate from high school.

So I was thinking, what was I gonna do after high school. So I made a list in my head like get a driver's licence and so on.

Then, I was wondering what if I don't get to go to college? I mean, what if. So will I die? OR have a completely ruined life? Will I be bitter and old?

Guess what, not going to college is not the end of the world so is getting terible results in high school.
The world don't end unless well, the apocalyse comes or you are dead. (Your world do end when you are dead)

Then, at that moment, I realise that a smile, some enthusiam and a little bit of hard work is all it takes to survive the world.
I also realise that life is what you make of it. Just go ahead, make your decisions and smile. See where life takes you!

So yea....

Graduation Pictures, Images and Photos


guitargirl said…
Hey-ya! :D I remember when I was about to graduate high school and how all of my family members were like "SO! Are you going to college?!" and at that time I had no plans of going to college, so I really felt pressured. It was so miserable. Don't let yourself get pressured into doing something you don't want to do by people. Other people don't have to live your life. You do. Eventually I decided I would go to college and wound up with a major that I really liked, but it wasn't until I stopped worrying about what my family would think of me.

So yeah. :)

Anyways, about that movie. I really liked it. I could see how some people would think it was dumb if they didn't like historical fiction and things like that, but for a low-budget film the photography and overall quality of the storyline was pretty cool. :)

Where you want to go .... all is in your hand.
But for me.
I really wish you can go study more.
Meet more friends at colleage because when you come our to work .....

Less friend will meet ....
All working people wearing mask ...
Work is long time .. to old ...
Study just sometime only.

If you work already ... hard to go back study !!
WIsh you study more and enjoy the journey !!

That my heart of share.
Rachael said…
You'll get into college if you really want to. This I know for sure.

SPM isn't a good indicator (but you still have to work hard for it!!)

PS. I don't think the apocalypse is coming soon. :)

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