Day Ninety

Geez, I’m kind of super tired and unmotivated to post. It’s been a long day and I have an early morning. Kind of unfortunate, really. I think this would be my last official post of the summer. WOW. To commemorate this occasion, I’d like to remind you of my very first post of the summer. It went a little something like this, more or less:

I felt that I had to post tonight as it is officially my first day of summer. So, I’m sacrificing my comfort and risking my life (as you’ll see in the video, the wrath of sleepy Julia DiFiore is most definitely something to fear) to post this evening. Overall, a pleasant last day of high school. It was a bit bittersweet, actually. Painting in Rosin’s room for the last time today, something that has become so regular and normal for me this year, and something that has made my life undoubtedly more joy-filled, made me a tad weepy as I thought about all the other ‘lasts’ of my day. Last eating lunch in the orchestra room. Last walking with Julia up the staircase filled with the scariest of people. Last hoping desperately for someone to open doors for us. Last being greeted by the smiles of my beautiful friendfamily as a regular, daily thing. Sure I could list all of the lasts I’m excited to never have to experience every again, but I’d like to keep this post relatively cheery and reflective.

Bizarre, for sure. That day feels like ages ago when it was only ninety days. I’ve come a long way in that short amount of time and reviewing my posts that this blogging adventure has provided has been really interesting. All I can think of to say right now, in this very sleepy state, about to start yet another new part of my life tomorrow, is this: and so it begins.

Also, just so you know, I’m continuing this. I’ve decided that I’ll keep going and see how far I get. I might re-think some of the logistics, but keep reading and I’ll keep writing, deal? I’ve kind of made something valuable to myself here, and that’s what matters, right? We’ll see. I’m going for gold, whatever that means.


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