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вЂњFinally, IвЂ™m eighteen.вЂќ I thought. Today marked my independence, no longer would I legally have a guardian to keep me caged in, no more oppression. Finally, Freedom! The very next day, November 8th, 2007, I would embark on my first journey without an adult supervisor. My first real step as an вЂњadult.вЂќ
I stood in front of my messy, twin sized bed. Unfolded clothes completely covering the surface. I thought, вЂњWhat do you wear in college?вЂќ вЂњHow can I make my self seem more вЂњcollegicвЂќ and less вЂњIвЂ™m-so-excited-to-be-at-a-real-college-when-I-should-be-back-at-PMHS.вЂќвЂќ I realized that nothing I owned could possibly make me look any older than sixteen. So I packed up my hoodies and Bob Marley TвЂ™s and went on my way. When we arrived at the airport, it hit me. вЂњIвЂ™m going all the way across the countryвЂ¦ON MY OWN!вЂќ I noticed that KelseyвЂ™s face was filled with just as much excitement as mine was. We looked each other straight in the eyes, we knewвЂ¦ this was it. A defining moment in our youth. We both laughed and gave each other full-tooth grins. Our first step into the real world.
We went to check in at the security gate and I realizedвЂ¦вЂќWow, I donвЂ™t even have an ID.вЂќ I showed the woman my school ID and birth certificate, hoping that it would be enough to get me onto that plane and out of this state without a hassle. It wasnвЂ™t enough. They took me into
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