I was brewed in New Orleans and lived there until middle school,
which is when I was shipped off to boarding school. I bounced
around a couple of schools and once I graduated, all of my friends
vanished into their respective colleges. I was the only one from my
small school to make it to Austin. That's one of the things people
don't understand about boarding school, the bonds that are created
aren't permanent. Once you graduate, seeing your friends again
isn't that probable.
Regardless, I managed to make a good amount of friends relatively
quickly when I started St. Edward's University. I was given the
chance to reinvent myself. No longer did I have to adhere to the
high-school hierarchies. I was free to hang out with whoever I
choose to, thus I now have a wide array of friends.
Who am I now? I'm not quite sure that I can sum myself up that
easily. However, I do know that I have become someone that I am a
lot more respectful of.