Dear Journal, It feels so good to finally sit down and relax. After church today, Erin, Seth, our parents and I were stopped by Aunt Jessica. After telling my best friends, boyfriend, and I that we did extraordinarily well today, she told us that she had a friend that wanted to meet us. All of a sudden, a lady with long red hair and a kind smile approached us. Much to our surprise, the person that Aunt Jessica wanted to introduce us to was none other than Missy Holbrook. Besides being the founder and President of Holbrook Records, a Christian Record Company, she also was one of our favorite teachers of all time. Before I continue with this story, let me tell you a little bit of what I mean. Before Missy Holbrook started Holbrook Records in 2012, she was the guidance counselor at Parra. Everyone at Parra loved her, because she was one of the nicest staff members at The Parra School. After my best friend, boy-friend and I exchanged hugs and hellos with Mrs. Holbrook, she told us that she liked what she heard this morning, and would like to talk to all of us and our families about us joining her record label. It was safe to say that all of us nearly came undone when we heard this. Flight #99 joining her record label? Serious-ly? Her invitation was how all of us found ourselves enjoying a lunch with her at Cheddar's after church let out. During lunch, we talked about the require-ments of signing on with her. First off, we had to keep our grades up, as well as our grade point averages. Second, she said that we had to have at least a B in our classes to continue working with her. Third, we could not let this come before God, school , family, and worship. After we promised her that we would meet all of the require-ments, Missy went on to explain that she was going to make sure that we took the process slow. Recording would not start until the spring and touring would not start until the summer. Finally, at the end of the meeting, Missy explained that, if we were to sign on to Holbrook records we would immediate-ly start getting paid monthly. Finally, she made it clear that she did not want to hear of a decision until May 30th at the earliest. This was because she wanted all of us and our families to seriously think about it. With all of this said and done, I seriously think that the meeting went well. I also believe that my parents and band mates would back me up on that.
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