it honestly doesn’t feel like farewell because there’s still school and yeah but school is coming to an end.
JC at RI has been a crazy roller coaster ride, with its ups and downs. I’ve had good and bad experiences but I guess I’ve always gotten a takeaway from it and I guess that’s what matters.
Things that I’m grateful for: RITT, ao1d, ogl MT12, orientation MT 10, UK trip, seasons, ccal camp, decor etc etc
friends: thank you for being my strength and pillar of support, thank you guys for believing in me when I don’t even believe in myself. Thanks for making my school days filled with so much joy and laughter, till our cheeks hurt and abs appear 😂 these moments really take my mind off other things that may not have been going well and that temporary happiness cannot compare to anything else in the world :-) I hope we stay close and be in contact 5ever
Teachers: I don’t even know where to start man teachers are amazing, I know we tend to complain about them 80% of the time but seriously. I really wouldn’t know where I be without them. The believe and trust they have in us, even though we seem to be so blur more than half of the time, I’m just eternally thankful for such great teachers. And it’s true! JC is the time when you really get to connect with your teachers on a deeper level and they aren’t just ‘teachers’ but friends whom you can approach anytime when you have troubles. The teachers at RI are absolutely amazing, humorous, funny, passionate and simple AMAZING. for tolerating our nonsense especially HAHA. will take picture with them when I have the chance!!!!!!!!!!!!!! and thank them for everything they have done and sacrificed for us!
and of course thanking my parents for always being there to support me and listen to my school stories HAHA.
Today I am extremely thankful for the time spent in RI, and school, though it’s been quite a tiring experience, I would say that it was worth it and I will definitely miss everything about it.