How often have you been back to Lima since you left for college? It’s going to be a lot different. I’d hope new people will keep joining so we still have enough people to compete. Then they can all be sad when I graduate. This is an endless cycle.
I haven’t been back as much this year as I was during my first year, but that’s because of family issues. My first year I was back during every single break and over the summer, so it equaled about four trips during the school year. Things always seem to work out and the glee club manages to stick around through everything that it’s been through.
Not gonna happen.
You’re far too confident about that.
I think I would go more towards gymnastics rather than cheer. It’s more fun.
Yale has a gymnastics team so there are definitely colleges that offer that. I just don’t know any off the top of my head so you’ll probably have to really look into it.
Is there something wrong with you?
True. But I don’t know how comfortable I’d feel in a new city all by myself, ya know? I guess that’s an option to consider, and it might be fun. So many choices and possibly so little time. I hope so, and now that Mercedes is back I can ask her and find out if that narrows my choices a little or completely!
You still have plenty of time to figure all of it. I’m pretty sure everyone worries about things like this, but it usually always works out for them. Just try not to stress because there’s always something that you can fall back on.
You like it.
That could always change.
Thanks Quinn! I’ve missed you all so I figured it was about time I joined you all. I’m good! I’m in New York now and working on my album.
Which is completely unsurprising. Are things going well with it?
Why not, babe?
Because you can definitely be annoying.
I think I want to go to a more athletic school. I mean I do well in classes and stuff, but I like staying in shape and being healthy more.
I think there are some schools that do offering cheerleading scholarships since they do have competition squads. Those might be your best choice if you’re looking at pursuing cheerleading beyond high school levels.