Remember when I was having good luck? It came back, I think. I've had a freakin' amazing past couple of days, minus the incident in which I found out I might be kinda claustrophobic... That was not fun. But a teacher I don't particularly like had somewhere to go so we didn't have to deal with her for a day, I did not have to take my sister to school all week so I got my extra hour of sleep every day, and a quiz in my least favorite class got cancelled.
But that's even not the real awesomeness here. The real awesomeness? Two words: HOT GIRLS. After this school meeting thing earlier this week, I got to go out to dinner with one. Yep. Except, of course, it wasn't a date (Can't be that lucky yet!) and other people were there too, haha. But hey, I'll take it! That is definitely not something that usually happens to me.
And oh my god, it gets even better. Soooo much better. Okay, so, um, I got hot girl ass on me! Haha, sadly it was just for a picture, but it still happened, and it was still awesome. Thursday, we took lots of pictures, including a bunch of different group pictures, and in one of the 4839743974 group pictures, that hot girl jumped into the picture last minute and ended up bending down a little in front of me and started... um... legit pressing her ass on me... I really hope no one snapped the picture while I still had the initial complete shock on my face! That is also definitely not something that usually happens to me. It was almost like a religious experience.
So, in other news, I'm about to finish my first college application. It's due November 1. It's such a weird thing to think about. But yeah, as soon as I finish up my essay and send my transcript, it will be done. Everything should be ready next week. (Also, I found out that someone I'd rather avoid is applying to one of my schools! Ugh! Oh well, maybe we won't ever cross paths.) And then I have to move on to the next one. Why can't I just show up at college and be all like, "I'm awesome. It is an honor to have me at your school," and they would just accept it?
I'm really glad I'm getting out of here. I've wanted to for years, and it's finally almost time. Hopefully the 21st century will reach this part of the country some time in the next 50 years or so, so maybe kids in the future who have the misfortune of living here won't have to feel so bad. But I really don't want anyone to be forced to live around here against their will, though. Ugh. It's nearly insufferable. I know there is nothing I can do about it, but I honestly almost secretly kind of wish they'd ban people from raising kids in such a shit place. My mom likes to refer to our time here as if it were a prison sentence or something, haha. But soon this place will be little more than a bad memory.
I've started to tell people now that I'm going away. At first, I only wanted my friend who's also going far away to know, but now I tell everyone. And surprisingly, I haven't gotten any negative comments. Well, not to my face, anyway. Apparently, my friend who's being annoying sometimes lately has doubted my ability to get into these schools behind my back, even though there's only one I think I might not be good enough for, and it's not even my top choice. And then she also doubted the other friend's ability to get into the ones she wants. She also said I shouldn't move to the North because everyone is mean there. Um, like I've been treated SOOO well down here, right? She doesn't seem to understand that there will be douchebags anywhere you go. I am not dumb enough to think moving up there will magically make my life completely and utterly awesome all the time, but it will be better than anything I could ever hope to have down here.
Besides her, though, everyone's been pretty much super positive. One of my friends has already started planning a massive shopping trip in which we will get me college stuff and clothes suited to the Northern climate since I've never really had winter clothes before. IG was one of the first people I told, and she was really sweet and supportive too. I've also basically told my entire English class, and they were either impressed or had no idea what I was even talking about.
I'm sorry if this post is, like, weird, it's like almost 4 in the morning right now.