Missing summer

It’s funny how much I miss summer right now. You’d think: ‘Oh! She’s being lazy again…’ or ‘Just teenagers and their things, they don’t even know what they want themselves’ or ‘Who doesn’t enjoy the weather in summer? It’s the best of the year’, bla bla bla. All of you probably thought different things when reading that one sentence. But, I don’t only miss those things that everybody does. My summers are different. I’m always busy in one way or the other, I’m active all the time. I wake up at 9, go to bed at 12. I barely have anytime for internet or anything I do normally, and I guess that’s why it’s so great; cause it’s so different. Gym, beach, pool, friends, parties, eating out at a restaurant, sunbathing, music, pictures, family, memories, weather, fun. That’s what I do during summer and my summers are amazing and extremely light-hearted. It’s probably the time of the year where I laugh the most and I feel better about myself. All these friends, all these memories, all these moments. Everything makes me disconnect from my normal routine (school, sports, friends, school events, homework, studying, projects, hanging out with some friends) and it’s the best feeling ever. It’s kind of like when you are really stressed out and you decide to read a good book, which makes you feel things that you’ve never felt before and takes you on a journey, which has absolutely nothing to do with your actual life and your own ‘journey’. You know what I really miss as well about summer? Losing the notion of time. When you lose it, it’s when you are truly enjoying it. What’s the day today? monday, tuesday…? Wait a minute! What’s the date even? I don’t know, I can’t remember. Whatever. And, in the time you thought that (BAM!), school’s about to start next week! Summer. Summer. 4 months is a long time, but not when you know that after this summer, your routine will be completely different and that your life and the people in it will be even more different. 

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