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we out this peace.


I said I probably wouldn’t have cried at graduation and I was correct. There were too many feelings of excitement and hunger to feel sad. It’s also hard to be sad about something I can’t even fathom that is happening. I still don’t feel like I’m a high school graduate, I don’t even feel like it’s summer vacation. And I’m far too tired to fully comprehend the reality of what graduation means.

Everyone keeps asking what’s next, but quite honestly, I haven’t thought about any of my summer plans. There hasn’t been any time. Towards the end of the year, there were so many things for me to do that I had no room to think about leisure activities of the summer. I still don’t know what I’m doing, I just know I’m glad that I don’t have to go back to school.

Big shoutout to all of my friends and family that showed up to cheer me on and celebrate this momentous occasion. My sister and other family spent two days making homemade pho, and their efforts were met with success. It tasted boooooooooomb. I also had fun beating people in card games and staying up til 3 am with my cousins. There are so many people to thank for helping me to become the person that I am today, so I will give a big generic thank you to everyone who has impacted me in any way.

It’s been 13 years of adventure, fun, and stress, and it’s finally over. There are definitely greater things ahead for us, and I can’t wait to see all that the class of 2018 accomplishes.



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