If you’re an athlete, you understand the pregame jitters. You also may understand the feeling you get at practice the week or two leading up to your first game of the season. I am no different than you, surprise, surprise.
For this week’s blog, I am going to talk about a very important club that looks good on college resumes, job resumes, and just anything involving a drug test period. The club is Just Say No, and it is a stand against young kids doing drugs. Every year, the club gets recognized and almost all of our members enjoy the club so much! They do a new theme every year; last year was “Travel Around the World” themed, and this year is a “Music”theme.
Life is full of embarrassing moments (trust me, I would know). I know we have all been asked hundreds of times to write an essay on one of our most embarrassing moments we’ve experienced. Most of the time people write down the time they stood in front of the class and choked because they forgot how to say words, spilled juice on themselves at lunch and walked around looking like they peed themselves, or maybe their crush turned them down in front of the whole class.
With seven total amazing seasons, I’ve only missed the last two episodes of The Walking Dead (TWD). This is my favorite TV show in my life right now. If you don’t know what I am talking about or just not even sure what TWD is, then honestly you are missing out. This American, horror, and drama TV series has me on edge almost every single episode, and that’s hard to say about a TV show that has been ongoing for seven seasons by now. The main thrilling content that the TV show presents are the “walkers”, “zombies”, or even “biters”. There’s so many names for these dead, humanly, human-eating creatures. Before I started watching the show during fall break of my junior year, even the thought of zombies completely freaked me out. I hate watching scary movies, I hate haunted houses, I hate the dark, and I get very grossed out very easy. That just means if I am able to watch a show like this, then anyone can. My dad was the first person to turn me to the show. He would always talk about it and I would always try to ignore him because I didn’t want to care. I can’t lie though, after I finished the first episode of season one, I was already addicted. All I did for fall break was catch up and watch the first five seasons.