Walking in two formed lines of the Papillion LaVista 2016 class, I 'm walking close behind my cousin, Brooke into the big auditorium at the Baxter Arena. My legs are shaking as I start to walk, probably because of the wedges I decided to wear. Once I got into the auditorium, I immediately feel the cold breeze hit me. As I was walking, I was too scared to even slightly move my head because I didn’t want to see all the families and people who were staring, so I keep my head straight ahead.
I was so hesitant to sit down because I wasn’t sure if that was my correct spot to sit at. I wait until I see the people on both sides of me sit down, then I go ahead and take my seat. I look at my arms and there was goosebumps all over, I couldn’t tell if that was from the coldness or how nervous I was. We have to stand right back up for the national anthem. I put the rose I got from the school down on my seat. As I stand, all I saw all around me were maroon colored caps. I find the flag and stand until the anthem is over.
As you can imagine they went right into the speeches, announcing the valedictorian and the top 10% of our class. As I 'm sitting there, I start to remember things that were pretty significant in my high school career. Remembering the first day at Papillion as a transfer student from an OPS school. I couldn’t believe how different the school was. Very terrified I wasn’t going to make it. But here I am sitting in my chair at my graduation. I focus back on the speaker at the time talking
about the schools best achievements. Including, the best student section in the Omaha metro, and our show choir winning first place at state for the first time.
I zone out again, I look around to find my parents. I found them p...
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...e get into the line and stand patiently, I look over and my mom and dad aren 't even ten feet
away from me. The first thing I see, is the camera I smile for a picture or two. At the same time I didn’t realize Brooke was also smiling for the camera. I immediately got annoyed and tired of being next to her. They call for Brooke and I step up on the stairs, I trip of course. I trip over the gown because I stepped on it, I catch myself of the rail. I didn’t know how many other things I could possibly mess up. They say my name, I walk as fast as I can to my principal holding my diploma, I shake his hand and turn for a picture. Then, I walk off the stage. "That wasn’t as bad as I thought it was going to be." I thought to myself. "besides the point where I almost fell on the stairs. Way to go." I said to myself. I get back in my seat relived and so happy I got it over with.
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