TESTIMONIO: OMAR J. GUILLEN NOS CUENTA COMO NACE «INCOACSA»julio 22, 2020
LLEGA A HONDURAS NESTLÉ® LA LECHERA® FÁCIL DE SERVIRjulio 22, 2020
Parents, teachers, members of the board welcome. But especially to you, my fellow Senior class of 2020.
We never thought this day would come. We prayed for it’s quick delivery, crossed days off in our calendars, counted hours, minutes and seconds and now that it’s here, I’m sorry it is... because it means letting go of so many people who have remarkably shaped my life, and the lives of my classmates forever.
Today means leaving friends who’ve inspired me. You guys are the people with whom I’ve laughed the longest, lived the wildest, and screwed up the hardest, but even for that I’m grateful, because I get to cherish every moment- happy, sad, or in-between. Please, always keep in mind the beautiful past we share.
Today also means saying goodbye to teachers, our mentors, you’ve opened our minds and touched our hearts. And on behalf of each and every senior I’d like to say: thank you.
Let me tell you, senior year didn’t go the way I hopped it would, and believe me I was mad about it, but I realized... that’s life, things never go the way we plan, but in the end it all works out somehow. Like this graduation; it is unlike any other, just like us, it’s out of the ordinary.
I feel bittersweet, I am sad high school is ending, yet excited for what lies ahead.
The future is and should be bright, but, like our brief five years in high school, what makes life valuable is that it doesn't last forever, what makes it precious is that it ends.
And I say this today of all days to remind us that time is luck. So don't waste it living someone else's life, and make yours count for something.
As Winnie the Pooh once said: How lucky I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard.
So, goodbye seniors 2020.