“We’re writing things that we want to let go of in these plates, then we’re smashing them.”
“I’m letting go of a boy I used to date. We were friends and it got awkward.”
“I’m letting go of my expectations that some people in my life are going to change. I am wasting my energy and time. I need to cut them off. ”
“I started driving my car five days ago. Driving and freedom feel like what my life has been leading up to.
“Being out of school for months because of COVID popped the bubble of Fairhope. There was a lot of time for self-reflection. Things change and people changed. We changed and don’t look the same. We changed our hair color several times and the way we dressed. We learned we don’t have to conform to the social norms.”
“We spent more time online. People are more accepting there. Before quarantine, life was about pleasing other people. We don’t have to do that anymore. We can be ourselves.”