You usually have the same partner for months even years. But not in my case. By the end of the yearbook process I had two partners. But for now lets keep it to my first partner, Kristine. When I arrived at Yearbook I was partner less. I had talked to Kristine, whose schedule was wrong, and knew she would be coming to Yearbook soon. We had decided we would be partners as we barely knew anyone else.
I had met Kristine last year in AP World History. We talked every once in a while and were friendly. But it's not like we were best friends. I think we had exchanged numbers for a project and commented on a few Facebook pictures. But I needed anyone to help me and Kristine was incredibly nice and smart. And of course willing to be my partner.
I would sit in class, partner-less and Ms. A would ask, everyday where 'Kristina' was. And everyday I would reassure her that Kristine with an e, would be here soon. I guess you could say I was was so thankful when she finally did come. The second she arrived we were assigned our first article.
Kristine and I experienced our first weeks of Yearbook together. From getting lost in rooms we never knew exsisted, to dealing with the unwilling, we were a team. We recieved our first A's together, laugh harder than I thought possible, and ate more cookies than neccesary.
And now I have to go because Olivia Bass is serenading me. Interpretive dancing and all.