Thursday, May 28, 2009

My daughter's goodbye to Crystal Lake South

Dear South,

If there is anything that I have learned in the last four years at South is that living in the moments is fun, until there are no more moments to live. The last four years have flown by. Each year, it feels like you are becoming more mature, and you can see it in your own behavior as well as in friends. While this is probably the dorkiest thing I can do, I want to thank all of the people that have been there for me along the way. From the friends that have been there through thick and thin to the people that have just been there within classes that I have been in.

Another two people I have to thank is my parents. They were the only two people that have pushed me not to fall into the crowd and the problems that normally come with high school.

My friends are by far the only people that can make me laugh no matter what mood I am in. They are who make me a better person and the people that make waking up early everyday worth it; they make life more interesting.

Out of all the people around me, several are friends I want to be in my life long after high school.

Now that my time at South is over, I realize that we as students have everything ahead of us, and high school is just another bridge we have FINALLY crossed.


Alyssa Garcia

Kimmy ~ Creating a path between the present course of events and a new course, leading to new outcomes.

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1 comment:

  1. Hi Kimmy,
    Reading this gave me goosebumps, it brought me back to my high school days and my daughters graduation in 2002. I think you and your hubby did a great job raising her. She seems like a very bright and happy girl, I wish her all the best.
    Love and Light