Not-So-Sweet 16

April 8, 2011 autumnhedrick

If I could go back in time and observe myself in high school I would probably change a lot of things. High school was always about who was your boyfriend/girlfriend, who your friends were, how popular you were, as well as many other things. In high school I was lucky to have many friends. However, I feel like I should have stepped outside my comfort zone. I was always afraid of getting picked on if I tried hanging out with someone who wasn’t in my social circle. Looking back, I wish I would have gotton to know differnet types of people. However, with that being said I would not change anything about my high school experience because it has made me who I am today. Now, after being in college I am quick to learn about many different types of people and befriend them because I did not in high school.

 

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  • 1. kaseyatl88  |  April 8, 2011 at 8:33 pm

    Girl I would have been your buddy in high school i know it cause I love you! You probably would have been like ” who’s this girl always following me around” haha! I am glad you wouldn’t change a thing I wouldn’t either!

    • 2. autumnhedrick  |  April 29, 2011 at 1:10 pm

      aww Kasey I just saw this comment! your too sweet girl!


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