Here we stand. Worlds apart, hearts broken in two. Sleepless nights. Losing ground. I’m reaching for you.

Hi hey hello,
Last night, I attended a meeting for my graduation party. Quite possibly the most surreal thing ever. It seems so far away, but in reality I am graduating in four months. I am already 18. This is perhaps the most dreamlike thing I have ever experienced in my short life. I know I have ranted about this before, how I can’t believe I am 18 and blah blah blah, so I won’t do that again, but I will talk about something else.

This meeting has gotten me really excited for what happens after graduation. We are having our big graduation party, where all our families come and give us money…err uhm… I mean congratulate us, but what happens after that is the fun part. We are having an after party. I am so pumped for it. Just the seniors, and some parents, are going off somewhere to spend time as a class for quite possibly the last time.

There has been a talk of all of us staying at someone’s house. There has been talk of spending the weekend at the beach. There has been a lot of talk among my classmates. I need some ideas. I am the representative from my class (along with my best friend, Brian) to the parents. We have talked a considerable amount, but still no real final decision.

Have any of you ever done this sort of thing before? Any ideas for us? We need something that will be as low cost as possible, which means no Disney World (we already discussed it… more than once). Any cheap, but incredibly fun ideas for how to spend our last time together as a class?

Title Lyrics: Separate Ways – Journey
-LC

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One thought on “Here we stand. Worlds apart, hearts broken in two. Sleepless nights. Losing ground. I’m reaching for you.

  1. Taylor Lynn Bump says:

    Drive to Jacksonville. Go to the beach, St. John’s town center, adventure landing, etc. Everyone stays at my house! Girls on one floor, boys on the other!

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