Last night I fell asleep at 7:15. I woke up at 4:45 this morning snuggled up on top of my covers and realized I had just a little over two hours to finish my French paper, Physics presentation, and study for the huge French test that I feel incredibly unprepared for this morning. Of course, right now as I write this, it's 6:15 and I've finished both my paper and project, but that test just doesn't sound that appealing at the moment.
With senior year have come a plethora of changes in my life, mostly educational, and some emotionally. It's crazy to me that my last day of real high school is on Tuesday, and in just one week I'll be celebrating my Baccalaureate mass before graduation Friday evening. This year has flown by, but every time I think about football games this fall or field hockey season, all of those events simultaneously feel like a lifetime ago.
Heading into summer, I know I want to read more, spend time with friends, relax and work on my tan, and just enjoy my last summer truly here with the people I've spent the four years with, because come August, all of those changes that I've been anticipating will finally be hitting me, and there won't be too much time to spend with my best friends when I'm on a plane to Pennsylvania. In a way, I feel like I have so much to do, both this last week of school and this summer to prepare for college, but I also feel like some of things I have to "do" are just be present, live in the moment, and really take in every minute of the time I have left.