Sacred Time at School
"Nothing is at last sacred but the integrity of your own mind."
-Ralph Waldo Emerson
by Jospeh Doherty
As I sit down in my seat I’m finally able to sit in beloved seats of the wise and old seniors. It was the first day of school and things were going great. As we walked in things seemed different, the mood was different and more sentimental. The hall was erie quiet; however, when students start to fill the hall it became a busy as bee hive. The seats with their bland color of brown look sad with all the seats being empty. The colors of bland tan represent the boring life of many students here. When the kids began to fill up the room show all the colors of the clothes of kids. The colors show the different activities and interesting lives of kids have. As I walk down the lanes all the memories flood back to me. Even the first day when I was on my tour, Presidential elections with Matthew, and regular all school meeting. When choosing my friends to sit next to I had to ponder for a while because I wanted to make a decision that will be a great pair for the whole year. I choose Daniel and Timo, whom have been very good partners so far. Timo is always cracking jokes and being a leader in all school meeting. Making announcements about the school store and sports. Even though Daniel hasn't been consistent with coming to school, but I still strongly believe that this was a good choice. When he comes to school it is always good time catching up on all of the things that we have missed. Even though the seats are bland and boring all the kids at school bring excitement to every part of the Fenn life