Last time I was moving (July 2008), I found a journal-type book of mine from when I was a teenager. I wrote tons of quotes I liked in it and doodled little borders around them and whatnot - you know, teenage girl stuff. One of the pages is entitled "My Goals For Senior Year." I recently remembered about this list and that I must blog about it. It's too amazingly and hilariously priceless not to. Without further ado, here is the insightful list.
Chardonnay's "My Goals For Senior Year"
> Win league in volleyball. Fail
> Win sections in volleyball. Fail
> Start in volleyball. Fail. Oh, except for that one time when Kourtney was injured
> Start in soccer. Fail. I might have, but I decided to quit soccer after 3 years because it wasn't fun. I don't regret it.
> Win at least half of our soccer games. I doubt that they did, but I don't know because I wasn't on the team.
> Skip school to go swimming. Fail, I think. I don't recall doing this.
> Skip school to do something else. Yes! I did this! I remember my mom let me. I'm not sure what I did that day though. I might have gone shopping.
> Go off campus at lunch. We had a closed campus. I left at lunch several times - quite the thrill.
> Go on a road trip. I went to San Diego with Mandy on spring break. We didn't drive though, we flew.
> Go to prom with my crush. I'm so embarassed that I wrote that! I did though.
> Have a great senior picture & quote. My senior picture was totally cute, and I think my quote was good too: "I want it said of me that I always plucked a thorn and planted a flower where I thought a flower could grow." -Abraham Lincoln. That happens to be written in my book.
Only 5 out of 11! I failed high school :(
Really though, being an adult is infinitely better than being a teenager.