My senior year of high school starts tomorrow.
My last first day of school [high school, that is.]
I could not be more excited. :)
I am really bored right now, so I thought I would post my schedule. I got my wisdom teeth taken out this morning. It was not a fun experience, but at least I have something to look forward to! I am really excited about most of my schedule. It is going to be a great last year of high school. :)
At this morning’s church service, a lady came forward and expressed her desire to become baptized. As she went to the baptistry to get ready, about a dozen young boys (ranging from about six to nine, I’m estimating) got up and started walking to the front of the auditorium. I was really confused for a second, but then I saw that they were coming to sit on the front row to get a better view of the baptism.
It was the most precious thing I have ever seen.
Watching those boys get excited about someone proclaiming Christ was a completely humbling experience. I could not stop smiling the rest of the service! I know that their simple act touched many lives, not just my own.
What a great way to start the week. :)
Facebook told me that Friday, May 7th, is Fake British Accent Day.
Guess what I will be doing all day?
Needless to say, I haven’t updated my blog lately. The reason? A mix of being busy and having absolutely nothing to write about.
Last week I was on Spring Break, and it was much needed. I spent the majority of my time sleeping and relaxing, but one night I went camping with Hannah and Alicia. That was an interesting experience. I also made a video with Beck in Jackson. Oh, the cheap things you can come up with when you’re bored. :)
I dreaded getting up and going to school today, but I actually had a pretty great day. I got my banquet dress back from being altered! Jr./Sr. Banquet is this Saturday, and I could not be more excited. Finishing up decorations will probably consume the rest of my week. After today, I only have eighteen days of school left (not including finals.) Eighteen days left of my junior year! I can hardly believe it. I am most ready for summer, filled with Governor’s School, Maywood, and endless possibilities. Life is grand. :)