It's 2034 and I have discovered a box. The box is pretty odd looking. It's colorful and has stripes on it. I thought it would be a good idea to open it and take a look inside. Inside I've discovered a sports catalog page. This person must've been a sports fan because I also found a ticket from a sporting event. This person also attended Haddon Township High School because there is a piece of paper that looked to be a schedule in the box. Which is wierd because nowadays schedule's are on our iPads. There are also combination numbers, phone numbers and an email address. I wonder who's box this could be.
Monday, June 9, 2014
11th grade was easily one of the hardest years of my high school experience. I've learned a lot this year. I don't really know what I'm particularly proud of, I usually don't realize things like that until later on in life. But I do feel like I've grown more as a person throughout the year. This year was sort of like a wake up call. I was asked what colleges I wanted to attend and what I want to do for the rest of my life. It really makes you think. It was a good year overall though.
Thursday, March 20, 2014
Once a year, my father and I go to Dallas, Texas for a cowboys game. It's something we look forward to every year. There is no better way to spend a Sunday during a long, but short feeling football season. Just being able to see your favorite players in real life and not through a box.
The star in the middle of the field, the look in the eyes of the players aggressively trying to get their hands on the football and my favorite the sound of the clashing helmets. Being able to bond easily with my father over what some might say a silly, stupid sport.
It represents more than just a father and son watching football. What is does represent is a strong friendship. Just being able to throw everything to the side for the day and not worry about anything else. It's just something me look forward to every year.