All That Glitters Is Not Gold
The thought of winning a very big, very important game runs through out all of our minds. You look up to and respect that person and when you do it or something similar to it you know the joy they felt but realize that now your expected to do better.
The same thing goes for Band, cheerleading, football, soccer etc… When you think about winning the big game think about the fct that you may not be ready to face the responsibilities that come with that achievement.
When I was twelve I thought that going into junior high was going to be very scary. I asked everyone that had been or was still in junior high if it was scary. They all said, of course, that I had nothing to worry about and that I would be fine. I was still scared but not as scared as I had been before. I couldn't wait till school started so I cold meet new friends that were in my grade.
I went to the orientation and it was very crowded I had never seen so many people. I walked through out the building and some of my old friends. On the first day of school I was so excited that I was almost late to school. I got to school on time but it wasn't as I had expected. I was pushed and shoved, lost and yelled at and to top my day I lost my schedule. Needless to say all that glitters is not gold.