Lunch is always a difficult time for me.
Almost every day after fourth period I head down to the Den and grab a bite. I wait in the line to get my food and then pay for it, you know, the things normal people do. Once I leave the line, it becomes an uncomfortable expedition for a lunch table.
The room filled with tension,
Nerves flying through the air
From one member to the next.
Smiling under the
Crowds’ stares filled
The HHS DECA Chapter made a video promoting different aspects of DECA. The video addresses how the club has benefited the students and what lifelong lessons they have been able to learn by being involved. In the video all the DECA officers: Enrique, Carly, Alyssa, and Victor share what their greatest learning experience was.
“For a long time, I’ve wanted to go on a shoot involving somewhere rural with old barns, and abandoned cars. It’s one of those things that I find aesthetically pleasing. Also, there’s an element of adventure and an element of mystery that is intriguing. You never know what you’re going to find. Even as a child, I imagined how fun it would be to explore one of these locations. I find that the plants that overtake the original subjects are representative of something. I feel as though I’ve captured somebody’s memory, as life has gone on around it.”
- Madilyn Richardson
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