Growing up parents always tell their children not to talk to strangers. Schools give lessons on what to do if a stranger approaches you. Some even suggest coming up with a family ‘password’, a word that only the family knows to prevent children from going home with strangers. But in today’s society, strangers on the street are only predators we should be worrying about.
Before the dreaded update, snapchat allowed you to see the top three recipients of the snappers snaps, dubbing them as their ‘best friends’. Now, however, the only best friends you can see are your own, and millions of teenage girls are crying for help.
Tears fill her eyes as she remembers the sixth grader who picked up the instrument for the first time, the freshman at her first marching band rehearsal, and the senior walking the stage at graduation. Senior Sarah Rodriguez takes one last look before closing the case, for what could be the last time.
When someone mentions the word holiday, you brain immediately begins to think of Christmas, Easter, Thanksgiving, and all the other cliche holidays. Nobody ever remembers that almost everyday has a holiday on it
Senior Sarah Rodriguez stands anxiously in the middle of the field, alongside her fellow band members, at her very last BOA competition. The announcer calls out the finals placements one by one. As the first place band is called, the Alamodome erupts into the sound of cheers from band parents and friends.