I’m pretty sure I’m speaking for everyone when I say that I’m looking forward to spring break. It’s going to be nice to get a small break from school, and I intend to use my break wisely. And by saying that, I mean that I’m probably gonna do pretty much nothing. Or we could go to east Texas to see family. Or we could go to Seaworld in San Antonio (again). Or we could just do nothing and relax. But how to you decide exactly what TO do? I don’t know either, so I’m going to make a list of the pros and cons of any spring break situation.
1. Do nothing. This is a good idea because it’s nice to take time to relax and sleep in, but it’s a bad idea because if you have a whole week off from school, you might as well use it to go places and do things.
2. Some sort of water park. Now, this is a great idea. With the hot Texas sun beating down on you, the perfect remedy to that heat is to go swimming. And if you go swimming down giant tubes that make you go 30 miles an hour, twisting and spinning all the way down to earth, that idea is ten times better. The only bad thing is that water parks are always way too crowded.
3. Go to see family. I have saved the best idea for last, and this one is perfect. The pros are that it’s good to go see cousins or grandparents or family friends as much as possible. The cons: none. Unless they live a long way away, and it’s hard to get to them. I guess that’s a con.
Even with this list, I have no idea what I’m going to do. Also, this post is expository, because the list tells you WHY you should or shouldn’t do things. Just to make that clear. Expository always Explains.