After a short amount of driving, we returend to the school the test had started at. To my surprise, the examiner had passed me and gave me my license.
After everyone from my bus had taken the test, we had to return back to the parking lot where our parents were. However, I noticed the number of kids crying on my bus when I was perfectly fine. The examiner had failed more than half of the kids on my bus for their "poor" driving.
On the ride home from the test I came to realize how fortunate I was to pass the test. Being able to drive started to shape me into an adult and introduced me to different types of responsiblities in life. I wouldn't know what it would be like to live life on my own and do things for myself if I did not have driving.
After baseball season in the spring, I wanted to continue playing throughout the summer as well. I went to tryouts for Medway's Senior Babe Ruth team with many of my other friends.
After the two days of tryouts, I patiently awaited a text to see if I made the team or not. I thought I did pretty well at tryouts while fielding and batting but my position was highly contested at the time.
A few days later everyone had recieved texts about if they had made the team. Unfortunately, I got a text that there were not enough spots for me to fit on the roster and that I was cut from the team.