I’m no good at goodbyes, my bad

Im no good at goodbyes, my bad

Lincoln Pedersen, Reporter

Well Arapahoe, it’s over, we’re done. It was fun while it lasted, but now it’s time for me to go and grow up. I need my space and time away from you to grow and develop as a real man. Alright, jokes aside Arapahoe has been a great three years of my high school career.

I moved here my sophomore year not ready or knowing what to expect. Now that I’m graduating there is a sting of sadness and uncertainty. “Am I ever going to see my friends? Will I ever see my classmates again?” I guess we’ll see what happens.

High school has been a part of all of our lives and for seniors, it comes to an end. For some of us it is a time of joy and relief to be done but for others, it is a time of “what now?” My advice (take it or leave it) would be to make sure you do what YOU want and be kind to others. Make sure your last years of high school were worth it and do what makes you happy, but also make sure that others feel appreciated and seen.

High school is a good time but also it can suck buns, but at least you’re all in it together. So take it easy Arapahoe, you’ll be missed by your 2021 seniors.

Your buddy,