I Said

January.

“New year, new me.” I said.

Week one,

“Please get better.”

Week two,

“Don’t talk to me anymore.”

Week three,

“He scares me.”

Week four,

“Another year older.”

January.

“New year, old me.” I said.

 

February.

“New month, new me.” I said.

Week one,

“I don’t need you.”

Week two,

“You’re dead to me.”

Week three,

“He’s perfect.”

Week four,

“I want him.”

February.

“New month, old me.” I said.

 

March.

“New month, new me.” I said.

Week one,

“They hate me.”

Week two,

“I forgave them.”

Week three,

“I love him already.”

Week four,

“It’s happening again.”

March,

“New month, old me.” I said.

 

April.

“New month, new me.” I said.

Week one,

“It’s been okay.”

Week two,

“I’m stressed out again.”

Week three,

“I’m not the best anymore.”

Week four,

“God, I need to study.”

April.

“New month, old me.” I said.

 

May.

“New month, new me.” I said.

Week one,

“I didn’t do that badly.”

Week two,

“Prom was actually fun.”

Week three,

“I can’t believe I’m drum major!”

Week four,

“Thank goodness they’re gone!”

May.

“New month, relieved me.” I said.

 

June.

“New month, new me.” I said.

Week one,

“They really respect me!”

Week two,

“Please don’t go.”

Week three,

“I’m losing hope..”

Week four,

“Maybe it will be okay..”

June.

“New month, hesitant me.” I said.

 

July.

“New month, new me.” I said.

Week one,

“Only time will tell.”

Week two,

“He seems qualified.”

Week three,

“We might actually be able to do this!”

Week four,

“Don’t make me leave them..”

July.

“New month, worried me.” I said.

 

August.

“New month, new me.” I said.

Week one,

“She’s really not the same.”

Week two,

“I’d rather be in bed.”

Week three,

“This isn’t so bad.”

Week four,

“I’m just so tired..”

August.

“New month, stressed me.” I said.

 

September.

“New month, new me.” I said.

Week one,

“It will get better.”

Week two,

“I promise we’ll get through this.”

Week three,

“I’m falling apart again.”

Week four,

“All this work for second place..”

September.

“New month, struggling me.” I said.

 

October.

“New month, new me.” I said.

Week one,

“With more effort, we will succeed!”

Week two,

“Hang in there.”

Week three,

“We can do this!”

Week four,

“We are what we repeatedly do.”

October.

“New month, hopeful me.” I said.

 

November.

“New month, new me.” I said.

Week one,

“We made it in first place!”

Week two,

“I’m the leader of a successful marching band!”

Week three,

“Get back into the swing.”

Week four,

“Practice, practice, practice.”

November.

“New month, satisfied me.” I said.

 

December.

“New month, new me.” I said.

Week one,

“This was our best concert yet!”

Week two,

“My hard work paid off.”

Week three,

“He really loves me.”

Week four,

“I made it.”

December.

“Old year, new me.” I said.

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