No, I'm not talking about Harry freakin' Potter. I've only seen films I and IV of them anyway.
I'm talking about all the regular things that have been in my life for years.
School. Music school. Choir.
How did this happen?
School I didn't cry over. I may cry when my results come through, I don't know. Though, I cried over the school orchestra. I took part in the production of the Wizard of Oz
by playing viola in the orchestra. The other week I actually ran the rehearsal by acting as the conductor for five hours! Man, that was tough, but fun. The show went well. Last night of the show was really good. And I was crying because I'm leaving all those fantastic kids in the orchestra, and they gave me three cheers and a massive group hug and I was crying so much. I love those people so, so much. I'm going to miss them so much more than almost everyone I left when I moved from my old school.
Music school I was surprised I didn't cry over. The staff got me a book that should be really useful for my Music course, and everyone was so sweet to me. I'm going to miss a lot of people from there, too.
Choir I didn't cry over. I think I would have, had I been able to have my last ever concert with them. But we just ended with a concert two weeks ago that I didn't want to take part in let alone travel 100 miles by train to get to, and a rehearsal for material I won't be singing. I'm still a little sore about that. I've been in the darn choir longer than the choirmaster has.
I think I'm going to take a few days just to unwind and get my head around the fact that these things, which defined my days and weeks, which gave me my friends and experience and EVERYTHING, have just gone.
I still have projects and stuff to do, but it's weird.
Love and prayers,
Lutra xxP.S. I STILL PLAN TO LAUNCH THE INFORMATION ABOUT COMMISSIONS ON THE 20th, AND OPEN COMMISSIONS ON THE 22nd.