My experience at homecoming was different than most people, I was at school at 10 am that day to set up the dance. I went straight to my hair appointment then to the mall to do some last minute shopping. Then I went to my friends' house to get ready followed by pictures at Congressional Country Club where my friends and I also ate dinner. Then we went to the dance.
At the dance, it was amazing to see what my fellow SGA members and I had accomplished. We had successfully pulled off homecoming week and a fun dance to finish it all off. At the dance, everyone was dancing and singing. When I need to take a break from wearing heels, I would sit down for no longer than 30 seconds because the next songs that played were some of my favorites. It was so fun to see many of the upper school students let go and just dance. This may have been the first year I personally saw groups from every grade dance, granted it was only my second Bullis Homecoming.
The rest of the SGA team, some volunteers and I, stayed after to clean up the dance. It was nice to know that many people had enjoyed the dance as for me personally, it was my most stressful week at Bullis. I ended the night sleeping at a friends house. It was the perfect way to end the community-enriched week.