autumnNicole's Life

Autumn's Interview with mom

The last name Alston is an Old English name according to the website ancestry.com . From the Middle English personal name Alstan, which is a Tstone’, Ælfstan ‘elf stone’, Ealdstan ‘old stone’, or Ealhstan ‘altar stone’. habitational name from any of various places called Alston (in Cumbria, Lancashire, Devon, and Somerset) or Alstone (in Gloucestershire and Staffordshire). With the exception of Alston in Cumbria, which is formed with the Old Scandinavian personal name Halfdan, these place names all consist of an Old English personal name + Old English tun ‘settlement’, for example Ælfsige in the case of Alstone in Gloucestershire.

Autumn is a feminine given name derived from the Latin word autumnus, meaning "fall" or "autumn".

The name has been in use in the United States since at least the 1970s and has been ranked among the top 100 names for girls there for the past 10 years. It was the 81st most popular name for girls born in the United States in 2009. It was the 80th most popular name for girls born in British Columbia, Canada in 2008.[1]

The name Alston is the last name of my father given to me by my mother. Her last name is Rhett which is a name I prefer to reference as my last name because my mothers side of the family is where I relate and where I have a family bond with my aunts, uncles grandparents and cousins. Rhett Name Meaning

Americanized form of Dutch de Raedt, from Middle Dutch raet ‘advice’. This name occurs chiefly in SC.

Fresh

My school experience changed instantly. As I got off the bus, I saw a crowd of kids. I was so nervous my palms were sweating . I walk around nervously trying to find at least one person I recognize so I wouldn’t look lost . I don’t think I would be able to recognize who they were anyway there were so many faces they look like ghost “ Autumn “ one of my old elementary school friends say shockingly I could recognize who she was . I walk over towards her to conversate “ Why are we all here? “ I say .

“ Oh just waiting for the bell to ring “ . As I stand there talking I start to see more and more familiar faces and it becomes one big group of kids just like middle school .The bell finally rings and we disperse to our class with the help of other teachers , I find my way to my homeroom . “Welcome to high school“ my homeroom teacher says. I could already tell this was going to be totally different from middle school .

I went through my first two classes smoothly . My first class was Algebra which was cool because my

teacher was really nice and funny . My second class was chinese before I tell you about this class I’ll tell you why I took it . I took it because I didn’t want to be like everyone else and take Spanish well boy was I wrong the class was hard on the first day I had no clue what she was saying I knew it was going to be a long year for that class . Then it was time for lunch , thank god I had first lunch because I was hungry. The lunch was so different I didn’t even know schools could sell slushies . They had so many different lines in the lunchroom I couldn’t decide what to eat so I ate what my friends ate which was pizza “ This school must be nuts letting kids roam around the campus “ I thought . We got to eat alone no assigned tables just free in the cafeteria or in the courtyard. My next two classes were amazing , I started to feel comfortable and relaxed now that my nerves were gone . Before I knew it, it was the end of the day and I was getting on the bus “ This is day 1 of 180 of my of my freshmen year let’s make it count

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