Have you ever had a moment in your life where you knew nothing will ever be the same again, a moment in your life where you realized, discovered, learned, or became something new? Everyone has one of these moments, for some more unique then others. I knew exactly when my life changing moment was going to be but didnâ€™t know exactly how I would react.
Many may call their last four years of school their best ever, many may even compare it too hell. I call it my last four years of fun. My life-changing moment began in the mourning of my last day of high school. I had a half day of school that day and was excited about it. I had to take two final exams for U.S. Government and English. When I got to school that mourning the parking lot seemed pretty empty, maybe they were exempt from their exams or maybe had a disease called senior-itis. Itâ€™s a disease where many seniors believe that their last couples of weeks of high school arenâ€™t as important as the rest of their year. Many believe that their last day of school isnâ€™t as important because they probably think it will not affect their overall grade. I didnâ€™t want to take a risk like that, even though I was already accepted to the University of Houston. As I walked into my first class that day the teacher gave each student a fair-well card and all of her best wishes. She was very nice and my favorite teacher because she helped me a lot. She would stay after school to help me with home work and made me feel special. The exam for her class was easy so it didnâ€™t take me long to finish. After my first class I remember walking down the hallway thinking about how I am never going to walk down these hallways again, at least not for educational purposes. It felt kind of weird walking down those lonely hallways just thinking about my future.
After my second exam the teacher let us go five minutes before the bell rang. I donâ€™t know why she did tha