Poor seniors. They get this horrible disease this time of year. It plagues almost all of them.
It shows up in a variety of symptoms: bags under the eyes, worn-out shoes from dragging their feet, lots of “uugh!”s come out of their mouths, their backpacks get heavier, the days get longer, they get paper cuts from reading and re-reading their acceptance letters, and they generally hate life—including most teachers, classmates, parents, and anyone else holding them back from starting all over as a freshman again.
Come on seniors… why rush into being a freshman again? That’s crazy!
But seniors always get the disease. You guessed it… tooth decay. No wait… senioritis!
Pray for them. Pray that they endure. If you’re a senior, hang in there. I know it’s rough. I know school’s rough. But hey… if it’s any consolation, life is rough. And then you die.
Live for God. He makes every day worthwhile, even the ones plagued by senioritis.
-Bro. Ryan (951) 719-7191