I graduated last Friday! Or well, technically I didn't. I still need to go back to school in the autumn to finish of a few things, like math, for instance (I haven't taken part in that class since I started high school because it stressed me out too much). I'm not bothered by the fact that I have to go back. I'm actually relieved that I don't need to start looking for work yet. But if everything goes as planned I will be done with school by the winter holidays!
I still got to take part in the graduation ceremony though. I don't really get all the traditions that comes with it, but it was a pretty neat day. I had a party that kind of felt like my 18th birthday all over again. I got lots of "move-away-from-home stuff" since I asked for useful gifts (apparently you need to receive presents, I didn't know about that). My mom made a vegetarian buffet and I baked a chocolate cake with after eight frosting, which I was very proud of.
It's officially the first week of summer vacation now. I don't have a summer job since I've got a bit of school work to do and I also hope to start test driving soon. However, this week it's the yearly Christian conference "Torp", and I'm super excited because I'm going to take part in the children's theatre called "Frasses Allservice"! At Wednesday I have a quite small role like I did last year, but at Friday, on Midsummer Eve itself (it's sort of a big thing here in Sweden), I'll have a much bigger one and it's making me really skittish. But even though I'm nervous, I'm still looking forward to it. I don't get paid, but I will get coupons or something that I can use at the cosy café in the area. I'm going to take my friend there and treat her this year too.
How are you guys by the way? I'm genuinely curious to know what everyone's doing this summer because I feel like I've hardly talked to anyone here for so long!