The first month back at school always goes smoothly. Everybody is on their best behavior, they stick to their revision guides, and do all their homework, smartly dressed, with a great attitude towards learning, no? Well, that is definitely the case for me.
In the previous summer holidays, I had made my mind up that I was finally going to put my head down and revise everyday after school for about 10 hours (exaggerating again, chill yo beans) to get some good GCSE grades so I could get into a good college, as everybody would want. With that idea in mind, I signed myself up for some clubs and an extra after school GCSE, which I told myself would be a great idea.
It's not that I'm not pleased with all my extra curricular activities, because obviously I am, why else would I have signed up for them? I don't know how I'm saying this, but these activities make school a hell of a lot more fun to go to as they're new things, not just the same old boring geographical maps, or the Shakespeare quotes or the algebraic equations, but something NEW. So I'm glad that I signed up for them.
I still have about 2 years till high school is over. Somebody once told me that the years spent in high school will be the best years in life. Really? Is that true? Because so far they have been terrible. Is this quote trying to tell me that life has a lot more to throw at me, because if that's the case then congratulations you just made me cry.