Hey tumblrs. Meet Jeseli Flores. She is one of the busiest bodies I know out there. I met this girlie back when I was a freshman in high school, where I was introduced to her at the microwaves in the cafeteria. “Hi my name is Jeseli and you should join STUCO,” were the first words she ever told me. Granted, it took me a good week or two to get her name right, but I’m those words really did change my life. Throughout my high school years, we stayed pretty tight, and I looked up to her like an older sister. In fact, our “you can’t stop us attitude” got us to be STUCO presidents, Principal Leadership Award recipients and Caduceus Award recipients for our respective senior years. Even though we both lead pretty hectic lives, whenever we both get together, its like we never even were apart. We see eye to eye in many things, whether it be relationships, academics, and everything inbetween. This girl is gonna do amazing things as a pharmacist, and I’m glad to have been coined the “Jeseli on steriods”. 

&& as she says, “we’re tighter than skinny jeans on a fat person”…forever and for always. 

I never really have much to complain about when it comes to school. Sure, there’s a lot of homework and some teachers suck, but that comes with the package. What I do hate though: the fact that some students work so hard they only get a few hours of sleep every night. The fact that GPA matters more than 3 square meals a day. The fact that having an unrealistic amount of extracurriculars is more important that spending quality time with your family. But most of all, I hate that I, an incredibly hard working student, am overlooked simply because I am not number 1. And that is the American school system in a nutshell.
—  how I’ve been feeling lately
I just got back from the most life-changing camp of my life.

I’ve discovered my love for Beyonce, opened up to what used to be complete strangers, proposed to a girl on stage, made probably over a hundred new friends, broke a solid wooden board completely in half like I was Jackie Chan, gained a new catch phrase: “Stay Beautiful!”, and learned that an adjective to describe people can, in fact, be “moist.”