Fallon Parrish, 9
Going into homecoming, I honestly had no idea what to expect. My friends that are sophomores told me that it’s basically a dark, sweaty area of people grinding on each other. I’m not going to lie, but when I heard this I wasn’t as excited as I once. When I first walked into the dance, I finally understood what everyone was talking about. There was a big clump of upperclassmen in the middle of the floor and groups of freshman and sophomores around the outskirts. As the night progressed, the dance floor began to become more crowded and somehow my friends and I got pushed to the middle of the floor . There were so many bodies pushed together that it was so hard to breathe and I was sweating so much. By the end of the night they had ran out of water and I became so dehydrated. Even though it seems like I hated homecoming, I didn’t. It was fun getting dressed up, going to eat and dancing around with friends. This was my very first homecoming and it is one I’m sure I won’t forget.