I started out as a music major, and my first year was fairly happy. This semester I had it rough, though. I was doing bad with secondary instruments and the theory, and when I was failing at midterm (from a girl who had a 3.5 gpa the previous year) I re-evaluated. I think that people fail things for a reason, and I decided to change my major. I will now be an English teacher, and minor in music. My parents took this very well, and so did most of the people in my life, but now I'm home for break. I'm from a small town and (not trying to be egotistical) am sorta known and popular for my singing. I told my high school voice teacher already, and she took it well, but I'm worried about what people will say and think. For myself, I couldn't care less, but my family has to live here, and they do care. So, I don't really know what to do when I go to church and everyone asks about how school is going and things like that. I still did well this semester, my final music semester, but what should I say beyond that?
Blah, I hate small towns. No wonder I never come home :P
Oh, make me Thine forever
And should I fainting be
Lord, let me never ever
Outlive my love for Thee