Apparently I did the following: went to middle school and got a 4.0 while there, spoke at my middle school graduation, went to high school, was my Sophomore class president, took driver's ed and almost failed the test because of speeding on the freeway (HAHA), got my driver's license, got my first car (green Jeep Wrangler), hated high school, took a bunch of AP classes, Yearbook pres my senior year, took dental assisting class so I only had to go to high school half a day, realized I wanted to become a dentist, graduated high school (with Honors), started taking actual classes at UVSC before graduation, couldn't go to senior all night party because I had college classes the next morning, went to UVSC for 3 years and took a lot of hard classes, worked in an orthodontic office, realized I wanted to become an orthodontist, took the DAT, graduated from UVU with my BS in Biology in only 3 years (suckers), and now here I am today trying to make a plan to keep myself busy so that I won't remember the next 9 years of my life.
So pretty much all I've done is go to school for the last 9 years and that's all I'll do for the next 9. But, here's my rational. One day, I'll be a rich orthodontist and I'll have a luxury house and car and I won't have to work everyday of the week, and I can go on luxury vacations and go on a lot of humanitarian trips. One day I'll look back on these days and say, "It was all worth it."