Hello Traveler. Welcome to my stop on the long journey of life.
I'm Sky Yam here, though I do have another name I go by. I'll say this much of myself: I've traveled long and hard on the road that leads to death and beyond, as everything living must do, but I still have a lot to go before I arrive at my final destination, if there is one. I've tarried and hurried at various times, but I've learned just to let nature take its course and travel at the pace it sets for us.
Life is no easy road. There are bumps, sudden turns, upward climbs, downhill slides, fallen branches in your way, to name just a few. There will be harsh winds, dull hail, and pouring rain to slow you, and when you run into them, then it'll up to you to straighten out your path. But you'll find that once the road smooths out and the sun rises, your way forward will be clear. When it is, take some time to rest a bit. Listen to the birdsong, look at the scenery. Be thankful of what you've achieved. But remember not to stop for too long - there are too many sights to see for you to be dwelling on just one!
And so I bid you farewell, Traveler. The advice I've just given you has served me well, and I hope it'll do the same for you. The best of luck to you on your journey, wherever it takes you. May our paths cross again.
hi ski... i found someone who would like to run you rond RP, do you want to do the RP again? or just give them permission to run it for you???? (it is you idea)...(and this would be the sancturay guild, the one you used rond in last time...)
Yeah, I'll have to return to my counselor and see what she says about it. I don't think I can risk taking a test and fail that again, too. But whatever she says, right?
*is hugged* Aw, thank you so much! You're always such a nice person; I find that hard to believe sometimes! I think it's funny you mentioned prom in your status, because my school's prom is tomorrow as well (though I'm not going, since it's not really my thing, plus I'm short on money).
I'd be lying if I said yes. But then again, I don't think there's much I can do about it.
The whole "state math testing" thing is screwing me over. It's not that I don't study for them, but I can never pass them. Last time I took it, I was 4 points away from passing; this year I was 8 points. Aside from the fact that I'm already a year behind in my math, and I can't even complete the degree I'm working for at my college. I'm throwing away my summer this year and next year to hopefully obtain the Associate in Arts, but that won't change the fact I probably won't be earning a high school diploma.
I don't know, it's just I can't stop thinking about the worst now. I normally am a pessimist, but now it's gotten to be ridiculous.