Goodbye 2018

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Goodbye 2018

Yaneli Vega

Yaneli Vega

Yaneli Vega

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2018 is coming to a close December 31st. It has been a year full of exciting events including the Texans Race for Governor, The royal wedding, and the cowboys leading in the NFC East. Spring Hill students and faculty have made many unforgettable memories this year whether it happened in school or outside of school. It is important to look back this year to see how far you have come and what kind of person you are turning into.

“My house flooded during Halloween,” Mrs. Black said, “ causing me to realize I am a pack rat and a spendaholic.” We have all made some type of memory whether it is an exciting or embarrassing one. We all learn to appreciate people and supplies more especially when there comes a time that you have to let go of something that you never realized would have a huge impact on you. “This year I got to go to Denver, Colorado,” said Kourtlyn Williams, freshman, “I enjoyed the views and the beautiful mountains even if it was for a little while.” From a friend to a random flower on the ground, everything is worth remembering, even the accidents, “I regret hurting my leg in football” said Jacaleb, freshman.

Most people will have regrets or treasured memories but that is alright because it will help us become better for next year.