5 Moments I Would Love to Relive

  1. 1.
    Walking home to my homestay in Bosnia.. alone
    My host brother had something to do and asked me if I could walk home alone.. I said yes. After spending the night playing pool with a couple of friends, I walked in the dark streets of Sanski Most. All I could here is the sound of the gravel that I was stepping on and crickets chirping. I had to cross an "expressway" that was divided my a strip of grass that had to be 10-15 wide. I decided to lay on the grass and look up at the stars. I spent a good 10 minutes. I felt so at peace.
  2. 2.
    Spend a day as a freshman in high school
    I complained a lot to my friends that I couldn't way to leave Bryant high school. Now that it's been two years since I graduated, I often find myself wishing to go back and enjoy my high school life rather than scolding it. Everything was so..tranquil.
  3. 3.
    Getting my heart broken for the first time
    This happened in Barnes and noble. What I thought would be a date ended up being a day to be told that we had to stop taking to each other. After she left, I was left alone and felt something new. At the time I didn't know what it was. It could've been betrayed, anger, or shock. My friend was waiting outside for me, and he asked me what happened. I told him it was nothing.
  4. 4.
    Receiving my first college acceptance letter
    Binghamton University made it clear that you were accepted by receiving a giant green envelope that said "You are the 1 we want." I'm a first generation college student so it's a big deal that I got one. Although, I didn't attend this school, it was one of the happiest moments of my life.
  5. 5.
    Being #1 on Mr Hadjiminas' list
    After every exam, my chemistry teacher would always acknowledge the people with the top 10 scores. He would turn on the projector and have the transparency covered. He's uncover #10, have the person go in front of the classroom and pick a prize (it would usually be a candy bar, snapple, bag of chips) and go back to his/her seat.On the second exam which was about nuclear chemistry, I was uncovered to be #1. I went from #9 to #1 with a score of 100.