Senior year was the year that I really got into makeup. I love to fix myself up and try different looks. Even though I may look like a bum inside of school, let me sleep in and put on some makeup and I will stunt. This year, when I started getting more money because of my job, I begin splurging on makeup. This is something I started senior year and will continue throughout the rest of my life.
I love my job and it has help me to become who I am. I could still be working at Wendyś right now, doing something that I absolutely hate. Instead I am enjoying my time with puppies! I was thankful to get this position and even more lucky to get paid while I am ¨working¨.
After school, if I don't work, I lay in bed and watch Netflix. This may sound boring to you, but the best thing about Netflix is it is not selective at all. I could be alone, with friends, or my boyfriend. It is a great pastime when you don't have much to do after work
The one question that you will be asked at almost all of your family events, from your teachers, and all of your professors. Now they don't accept Astronaut and Princess as an answer. Yes, this is what I am going to do in my future, but a lot of my senior year consisted of discovering myself and what I wanted to do in my future. After months of getting a plan, to switching it up again, to finally becoming more confident in this final decision. I am proud to say I will be majoring in Exercise Science at WKU with high hopes to become an extraordinary Physical Therapist.
My senior year was significant compared to the average senior. I was able to get enough credit hours through dual credit to become a sophomore at my future college. Not only did I have to do my high school assignments to do (hahah, yeah right), but my college work. The phrase "Due on Sunday by 11:59," is practically drilled into my brain. With that being said, I spent majority of my time on the beloved Blackboard. Whether it be an hour before the due date (probably the most accurate) to a spontaneous spurt of getting assignments done a couple of days in advance.