A couple weeks ago @ravenousreader and @diamondxgirl  did

A couple weeks ago @ravenousreader and @diamondxgirl did

3/20/2021, 3:25:07 AM
A couple weeks ago @ravenousreader and @diamondxgirl did this awesome blog post on their blog with this book. They posted their senior class pictures and shared some of their high school confessions. I loved it so much. haha. So today I’m taking my cue from them and sharing a high school confession. . I know I look super cool and hip and give off mega popular kid vibes. But the reality is that my high school life was all about band. I played the alto saxophone and played it on average anywhere from 5-8 hours a day between early morning practice, two band classes a day, and hours of practice after school. I was in the jazz, symphonic and pep band AND I LOVED IT. (this also included playing in the pit for high school musicals and various competitions) . My best high school friends (still my friends to this day) and so many great memories came about from being in the band. I actually still wish for those days some times, or at least wish I could play in a band like that still. (where my band kids at?) . So CONFESS! Tell me one thing about your high school self! (I've got my own HS photos in my IG stories. You can see I haven't aged a day.) . (‼️Readers Gonna Read pouch from December @litjoycrate ) . Synopsis: In the tradition of Bridget Jones’s Diary, a lovably flawed high school student chronicles her life as she navigates the highs and lows of family, friendship, school, and love in a diary that sparkles with humor and warmth. . I’m Chloe Snow, and my life is kiiiiind of a disaster. . 1. I’m a kissing virgin (so so so embarrassing). 2. My best friend, Hannah, is driving me insane. 3. I think I’m in love with Mac Brody, senior football star, whose girlfriend is so beautiful she doesn’t even need eyeliner. 4. My dad won’t stop asking me if I’m okay. 5. Oh, and my mom moved to Mexico to work on her novel. But it’s fine—she’ll be back soon. She said so. . Mom says the only thing sadder than remembering is forgetting, so I’m going to write down everything that happens to me in this diary. That way, even when I’m ninety, I’ll remember how awkward and horrible and exciting it is to be in high school.

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