An Interactive Twilight Experience.
"Oh you'll never make a career out of music," they said. Yeah, that's what my aunts, uncles, cousins and grandparents have said. My parents continued to encourage me. Well, I can finally say I am getting somewhere. No more waiting tables for me! In late August, I start my new job at Forks High, teaching kids all about music appreciation and I even get to direct the glee club. My excitement cannot be contained. It's great to work at my Alma Mater, as I know many of the teachers there. For some reason, I am not as nervous as a new teacher should be. It's all about confidence. I have plenty of experience teaching children how to sing from the private lessons I've been teaching for the past 6 months. The best thing about it, is that I get winter break, spring break and summer break off. Can you say vacations? Hawaii is looking pretty nice. This new door that has opened to me seems very promising. I only hope that I bring to Forks High what it deserves.
So, with my prospective career and the fact that my parents just helped me purchase my first new home, the future's so bright, I've gotta wear shades!