By Hannah Williamson

Summer, gone. 

Endless days baking in the burning rays diminished to sitting in a classroom under bright fluorescent lights. 

Fun restaurants and beachside cafes seem to fade as we settle for brown paper bag lunches. 

Evenings once full of friends and family swapped out for hours of homework and studying for those pesky tests we take. 

Cool hangout spots transformed into a small desk in the corner of a room as we hear lectures about standard and slope-intercept forms. 

Bags once filled with sunscreen, sunglasses, swimsuits, and towels swapped out for binders, textbooks, rulers, and calculators. 

All that is left of summer is the distant memory of a magnificent time when our biggest worry was tomorrow’s plans.

Summer, we miss you. 

Photo Credits: The Copenhagen Post

Written by

Hannah Williamson

Hannah Williamson, junior, has enjoyed reading and writing for as long as she can remember. She is excited to be able to further her abilities through the publication. In her free time, she enjoys playing softball with her teammates and spending time with her family. Hannah’s favorite book is John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars.