To The People I Graduated With: One Year Later
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To The People I Graduated With: One Year Later

Just a little hello from someone who misses you dearly.

To The People I Graduated With: One Year Later
Ashley Yakopec

To my former classmates:

It's been a year since we closed the door to the thing we call high school. Do you remember this time last year as we were preparing to graduate? There are countless memories of happiness, laughter, and sometimes even tears. (Field day brought a lot of emotions forward.) I miss you guys. I look back at photos and smile, and sometimes even wish to be back in the same moments again; to relive those moments one more time.

I miss you guys.

I remember so many of our teachers telling us to soak in all the memories we could possibly hold onto because this time goes by quick. All of them were right. Time and time again we were told to have fun and make memories, and I would like to think we did just that.

Although we might all be home for breaks, some things just might not be the same. We've all changed and matured into amazing women, and it's always great to see just how successful each of you are, even if we are not on the same paths as we used to be. I look back and remember all the countless memories each of us made with each other and I'm so incredibly grateful for the time we got to spend with each other.

I wish you all the best in your future endeavors, and I can't wait to see some of you again this summer! As for the class of 2017, I wish you all the best, and I hope you enjoy the "lasts" of your lasts of high school. Although it's almost over, make sure you enjoy the remainder of these moments, as they are precious, and you can't ever get them back.


A Fellow Classmate

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