When people say Disney is magical, they aren't lying. I loved the food, rides, performances, scenery, etc. I cannot wait to go back someday :)
Ah, yes. The stereotypical prom. Some people hate it, others bow down to it. I'm somewhere in the middle, but definitely leaning towards the "love it" side. Prom was a bit stressful at times with finding the right dress and, you know, getting to appointments on time, but overall it was an experience I'll never forget. I got to experience really good food, better than average music, dressing up, and having fun with my favorite people. If you're thinking of skipping your prom or any event that seems intimidating, give it a chance! If you open yourself up to the unknown, good things can happen.
I think it's so strange that I'm done high school. Graduation day felt surreal, like a walking dream. You work towards getting your diploma for four years, and then just like that it's over. I didn't cry, though! (which is something very uncharacteristic of me) :)
Spain was like being on a postcard. Some parts of it with the uniform white buildings and cerulean sky felt like Greece (or at least the Mama Mia! version lol), and other parts with the cobblestone streets and old-fashioned cafes felt like Italy. Spain should be on everyone's bucket list to experience because the food, scenery, cheesy tourist sites, and everything in-between are enough to last a lifetime.
The rest of my time was filled with lovely days in the sun with my doggo, friends and family. I cherished every minute of it because I knew what was coming next.
I feel strange these days. A good strange, don't get me wrong, but this whole college thing is new for me. I'm absolutely loving it so far, though! I will be sure to keep you guys updated on this journey :) as always, thanks for reading!