Yep. That's me. Victoria, the sophomore. Seems a little crazy that I am in high school, much less my second year of high school! Last year I started high school a month after my family and I moved so there wasn't much extra time to ponder the thought of being in high school, advancing to such a high level of school, what it would be like, or really anything.
My parents are still homeschooling me for high school which I am greatly thankful for. I think it would be extremely hard for me to start public school after being homeschooled for so long, much less public high school!
This year I am going to a co-op called SAIL. A lot of kids in my new youth group are going(or have gone) there. I think I am going to really like it, I loved the extended session of Biology I went to about two weeks ago. I am taking a self defense class, a two hour Biology class, and in the spring semester I am going to take a cooking class.
I thought high school would be hard and scary. But I actually like it, and what's worth doing that doesn't require hard work?
I try and give my school work my best(I like school.....most of the time), I slacked off towards the end of my freshman year because I was so done with school, I just wanted it to be summer. I had a really big work load, and I was a bit overwhelmed. But it shouldn't be like that this year.
High school prompts the thought of where you want to be when you're older, who you want to become, what you want to accomplish. Those thoughts scared me at first, but when I really thought about it, I do know what I wanted to do, and I think God wants me to do it too.
I want to be an author. I used to tell people I wanted to be a writer. It took me a long time to realize I am a writer and I will always be. Becoming an author is my goal in life. One of them anyway.
I am excited to be starting my first day of 10th grade tomorrow!
So this is me, saying hello to all my readers, I'm back to blogging. I hope you'll read more,
I am hoping to post 2 or 3 blog posts a week. We'll see how that goes.