HOW DO I SAY GOODBYE?

bonnie wilson, editor

I’ve been attending Cesar Chavez for all 4 years and just to think in just a few days I’ll be graduating. It’s going to be hard to say goodbye to this school. I have learned alot over these 4 years. I’ve made plenty of mistakes and I’ve also done something’s I’m very proud of. I’ve made a lot of good friends and I’ve also become very attached to some people it’s going to be really hard to say goodbye to you guys.

When my senior year first started I couldn’t wait till graduation. Well I was wrong, as the days go by I sit here wishing I could rewind time because although I think I’m ready for the real world I’m not. I’ve been blessed with such wonderful teachers who stayed on me about doing right with my education. I remember when I became a freshman a lot of people told me I would get teachers who really didn’t care about me or my education, but they were wrong all four years at Cesar Chavez I got teachers who worked with me to keep my grades up. Knowing that my graduation is just 5 days away makes me want to cry, and being able to touch my cap and gown is such a serial moment. I was talking to some friends that I practically grew up with and we were saying how its crazy we were in elementary together and now we’re ready to graduate high school and go off to college.

Thanks to a lot of wonderful people I could see how much I’ve grown as a student before I didn’t really care about my grades but the older I get and around my junior year I finally got myself together.

With me having major attachment issues I won’t say goodbye to Cesar Chavez or the people but I’ll see you all again someday. I will miss you all very much.

Goodbyes are not forever. Goodbyes are not the end. They simply mean, I’ll miss you until we meet again!!!