Looking Back at 2015

LOOKING BACK ON 2015

2015 was a crazy year.

College acceptance letters arrived in my mailbox. I found out that I possibly have exercised induced anaphylaxis (it’s a long story). I decided to attend Wheaton College in Norton, MA. I saw Walk the Moon perform at the House of Blues in Boston. I survived (and passed!) 4 AP exams. I danced the night away at prom. I graduated high school (FINALLY!). My family and I took a road trip to West Virginia, which I will hopefully never have to do again. I interned at my local county attorney’s office during the summer. I had my last day of work at my local public library, which was one of the saddest days of my summer. I experienced my very first semester of college (!!!).Β My mom and I sat in the front row at a Trans-Siberian Orchestra concert. I turned nineteen.

 

2015

2015 has been a year of ups and downs, new experiences, and a lot of change. So much has happened in the past year that I hardly even know how to describe it. Nevertheless, I’m thankful for each and every person who helped me along the way and for all of the amazing things I’ve had the opportunity to experience.

As always, I’d like to thank you all for reading this blog of mine! It means the world to me! ❀

Happy New Year! May 2016 be a great one!

Yours,

HOLLY

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14 thoughts on “Looking Back at 2015

  1. Happy New Year, Holly! Your year was packed with change, which seems difficult and exciting at the same time. I have a few years until I go to college, but I guess it’s something that is at the forefront of a lot of highschoolers’ minds. And I’m echoing other comments here, but your hair looks amazing in that picture, and so does your room setup!

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