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Thoughtful Thursday: Walking to class

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Thoughtful Thursday: Walking to class

The hallway is decorated from a pep rally during the football season.

The hallway is decorated from a pep rally during the football season.

The Magnet Tribune: Zoe Alvarez

The hallway is decorated from a pep rally during the football season.

The Magnet Tribune: Zoe Alvarez

The Magnet Tribune: Zoe Alvarez

The hallway is decorated from a pep rally during the football season.

Zoe Alvarez, Thoughtful Thursday columnist

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Walking to class is a simple task. I find it is much more than packing your things and moving on to your next block. It’s time for contemplation, listening to music, and mentally preparing yourself for your next class. I accomplish so much when I walk to class. I plan my day ahead, review what was done in the previous class, and see what I can do to be my best in my next class.

When possible, I like to take a breather and walk outside. There I find peace and solitude. No one around to disrupt the silence of the morning. I like to take in the music I listen to and enjoy the weather. Whether it’s feeling the sun’s warmth on my skin or feeling the cool breeze on a gloomy day. I absolutely love the gloomy days; I find comfort in the cloudy mornings. It fills me with bliss and elation for what the day has in store for me. It’s peaceful moments like these that fulfill me.

After a nice stroll outside its time to get back to the hustle and bustle of high school hallways. The crowded and loud school hallways seen in every stereotypical film about high school. I find it quite intriguing to see and hear everything going on in my surroundings. Overhearing people’s conversations is one of the most interesting parts of walking to class. You never know what you’re going to hear.

I sometimes like to see what people are wearing. From a nice outfit to comfy clothes, to pajamas. I like to see how people interact with their friends and how everyone acts around a certain time of day. You can always tell when its morning to when its afternoon by the flow of the students in the hallways. The slower and quieter the students are, the earlier it is. The faster and louder the students are, the closer it is to after school. These are the things everyone will share in high school.

When walking to class slow down and enjoy the little moments it brings you.

Song for today: Letting Go by Wild Nothing

 

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