Thats more complicated.
I had realized how close graduation was. So I took the time to count how many school days (not weekends or vacations) until our final exams, until our graduation date. We have 63 days left. As a joke I also counted how many Mondays we have left, being that we always complain how much Mondays suck. We only have 15.
I am so scared, I have so many friendships with people that have come and gone throughout the years. In the hallways I see people whom I have grown accustom to, whom I have known since kindergarten, middle school, or just this year. Some I haven't even gotten the chance to know.
I have taken a variety of classes, from CP to AP levels, from classes more centered on freshmen to more centered on seniors, to arts to academics to extroverted to introverted. Because of the variety, I have met so many different people. Most of them I shy away from in the hallways now.
I have always told myself (or others have said to me,) "There will be time to hang out. We will make time next weekend. We'll go when the weather is better. I had a sudden appointment, but we will keep in touch, promise." I tell you now, there is no more time. We are out of time. Have you ever taken the time out of your day to tell someone close to you how much you love them and appreciate them? "When is the right time," you ask? Well I ask you, is there a wrong time? You have had weeks, months, years, to tell them. Now you only have 63 days. You are limited. Most of my graduating class I will never see again after they walk that stage. Some of them might have been close friends. So to everyone I have met, thank you, for helping me be the person I am today. Whether I have known you for years, or for a few days. You took time out of your day to let me be a part of it, and that is more than I have done for others.
This is why I have been writing letters, because it's time. The time is now.
If you do not receive a letter do not be offended. These are difficult to write, and I'm trying to get to everyone. But that doesn't me I can reach everyone. The days are going by fast, and my hands can't keep up. Just because you don't receive one, it doesn't mean I love you. Because I do.
And so I hope I can tell you all, as a sending out, the following quote. To our future.
"The world bursts at the seams with people ready to tell you you're not good enough. On occasion, some may be correct. But do no do their work for them. Seek any job; ask anyone out; pursue any goal. Don't take it personally when they say "no"- they might not be smart enough to say "yes."
How are you going to spend this time?