Since no one is going to read this anyway, thought i might just ramble. You know what the worst part about getting older is? Well, I'll tell you. When you are young i.e. middle school / high school, you perceive life as an interstate. You can take different directions, venture onto off roads, head in the wrong direction, but deep down you feel like you can get back to where you were and can find directions to where you need to go. This can be very true as long as you don't get too lost. Simile aside, you know that if you damage a relationship, you'll be seeing that person everyday in class or at social events and there is a good chance to mend it at any point. Or, if your grades suffer, you know that if you put the time in, you can get them back to where they need to be. Now, to the worst part about getting older. It's more like being on a desolate highway where the people you meet are like hitchhikers. The exits and forks in the road become fewer and fewer. The exits don't have much to offer and you know right away that you don't want to stop. The hitchhikers you pick up along the way may be interesting, but they are aiming for a destination that you won't be able to get them to. And those people you left behind at home are now making memories that don't involve you anymore. The moral of the story is that when someone says you can be anything you want to be, they are lying. Those bff's that you could never lose, will be lost (not always, but it will never be the same). So be prepared for losing your way and just find comfort in whats ahead, even though it might not be what you wanted or expected. Sometimes, you just can't go back.