She walks to the stage in her cap and gown, as she reaches for her high school diploma, everything turns dark and the audience becomes inaudible. The only voice she hears is the one asking: " what now?" doubts and worries unfold that she had surppressed for so long. As she goes to the bathroom and cries about what awaits her after today, she hears a knock on the door. She opens it and sees herself five years from now. Future Kasandra tells the new graduate, she is capable of doing many things. Although she has struggled in high school doesn't mean she was obtuse, no one is born smart it just takes hard work and dedication. Also when she attends college meet with counselors, ask questions and don't be scared to be yourself. Admit you love science, no one will judge you (actually some may find it cool.) And apply for as many scholarships as she can because believe it or not she will be attending a university and become unemployed at the worst time.
Future Kasandra stares at herself from the past and knows she has potential to do something great, if she follows her own advise.
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