Wow, it's been a while. I can't say what inspired me to update again, but whatever. A lot has happened in the last while. The most notable things were The Tragically Hip concert, which stands as the best night of my life, easily overtaking the previous champion, the day I found a nacho truck unguarded. Secondly, and more importantly....I guess. I was accepted to the University of Calgary, and better yet, the University of Waterloo.
What this means, is that, barring a major fuck up on the provincial exams, I will be ending my nearly 18 year stay in Calgary with my parents. That's a pretty major step, but I think I'm ready, although I will admit I am nervous about it. Then today I got to thinking, "Holy balls, I have 7 weeks of high school left." Probably the three most profound years of my life...done with. Don't get me wrong, it'll be nice to be out of high school and be able to move on with my life, yet there is something rather uncomforting about going into the unknown. Sometimes I wish I could do it all over, just so I could have three more years or the same. (Other, more rational times occur around Calculus and Social.)
This of course led me to think of what I would change if I could do it all over again. Then I realised that besides one thing (dropping AP math) I'm pretty pleased with how I did things over the last three years. Rather then regret what I did, I'm simply curious how things would have turned out had I:
a) Been nice to people, rather then be an ass.
b) Hung out with people from my high school more often.
c) Cared about my apperence.
d) Tried to have a serious relationship.
e) Gone to Bowness instead of Webber.
Sadly I'll never know, even if I have my own answers to those questions. Which leads me to the conclution of this post. If you could redo it all (any period of time in your life) what would you change?
(James, you shouldn't have shaved the mullet.)