Last week, I voted for the first time. It was wonderful, ah! I had a bit of a crisis in the voting booth, as John Edwards was still on the ballot and I really, really wanted to vote for him — but I held back and decided that my vote should go towards a candidate who is actually still in the race. So I voted for Obama. But really, at this point I'd be okay with either Obama or Hillary.
On Tuesday, I get to present to my english class the song about which I wrote my research paper. I chose "Save Ginny Weasley" by Harry and the Potters, and boy oh boy is it going to rock so much. I think that Michelle and I are also going to sing a song for our class, as well. I'm just supernervous about getting a good grade, because Mr. Liimatta's told me that he has high hopes for my project. But we'll see.
Last week, I also went to Louisville with Michelle to see Drew Danburry play. He's all kinds of wonderful. But before he played, this guy named Nicholas Megalis
performed as well. Oh, be still my heart! Unfortunately, Michelle made her claim to him before I did, so he's her future husband. But still. I can't stop listening to his music. He's amazing, you guys. Amazing.
I only have four more days of school left — and I won't even be attending four whole days, really. Tuesday is the last full day of classes, I am showing up for half of the day on Wednesday, I might stay all day Thursday for we have graduation practice that day, and Friday... who knows. But man oh man. I'm not sure how I feel about the end of high school. Sure, I'm excited, pumped for the next chapter in my life and my education, but I'm really afraid of losing touch with my friends and... well... I think I'm sort of just afraid of growing up. I like being a youngster. I'm not sure I really want to move on.
It doesn't help that NYU still hasn't sent me the financial aid information. So chances are, I'll be rejecting their acceptance offer just because I never received all of the necessary information from them. I only have until June 1st or 2nd to send in a housing deposit, meaning I have about a week left to decide. And I can't even check the mail until Tuesday. Federal holidays suck sometimes.
(It's not like I'm not happy with Juniata. I love Juniata, really. But... NYU. I got into NYU. I could quite possibly attend NYU! How astounding is that?)
I need to get a job.