I remember my last day of school in March. Lemme fix that. Normal school before this virus. All I can remember was staying after school with my friends to study for a test. We didn’t get anything done. We just played around. Then I got on the bus to go home with my friend and went home.

I remember getting my high school results. I was so happy me and my friend had the same school.

I remember wanting to go back to school so badly. I remember waiting for the news to talk about schools reopening. I turned 14 and it didn’t really feel like it. I remember I started to worry about my grades a lot.

I remember stressing about grades. I was so afraid that I wasn’t going to graduate. But then I realized I was being stupid because then I realized that I’m going to make it because I already had my high school.

I remember being so happy that school finished. And I felt so free. I stayed up late and slept in all day. I called my friend all day.

I remember I got to see some family members I hadn’t seen in 7 years. I remember being really happy.

I remember I had something wrong with my ear. It hurt so bad that for a few days I had to keep my head down. The slightest touch hurt. It was so annoying. I remember being excited about the first day of school. I quickly got over that and got bored.

I remember I had orientation. It was a nice day. I got to go outside and see new faces. At the end of the month, me and my family went to Vermont. It was a 4-hour drive but I didn’t mind. I just sat there listening to my music. And I  made some great memories with my family.

I remember feeling like trash. My sleeping schedule was just horrible. I started slacking a lot. I couldn’t wait for 2020 to be over.

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