Students Count their Blessings During Thanksgiving Break
November 29, 2016
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Students counted their blessings and reflected on the following question over Thanksgiving break: “What are you thankful for?”
“I am thankful for Family and Friends because they are always so supportive and encouraging to me through anything and everything,” said sophomore Christina LeBlanc.
“I am thankful for so much in my life, but overall I am thankful for the many men and women who serve our country and give up their time with their loved ones in order for everyone else to value their time together,” said sophomore Alexis Bobby.
“I am thankful for my family and friends. Without them, I would not have all the blessings I do, nor would I be sane. They keep me grounded, yet push me to follow my dreams at the same time,” said junior Sam Bechtel.
“I’m thankful for clean water, the first amendment, democracy, public education and a constant wi-fi connection,” said junior Michael Torbert.
“I’m thankful for the roof over my head, my family and friends and the love and support they show me especially when I need it the most,” said senior Kristy Smith.”
“I’m thankful for friends and family. They support me in so many different ways. I am blessed to have their constant support and love,” said senior Kelsey McCullough.
“I am very thankful for the friends that I have. I am very blessed to have friends who stick by my side, even when I am beyond obnoxious. I am super lucky and thankful for the amazing friends I have this year,” said sophomore Ella Wetzel.
“I am thankful for my family, friends and the opportunity to further my education next year,” said senior Kaila Taylor.
“I’m thankful for my family, the fortunate life I live, my friends and the delicious food…[I eat on Thanksgiving,]” said senior Gabee Ogude.
“One of the things I’m most thankful for is music. I enjoy both making it and listening to it, and it gives me a positive and productive way to express my thoughts and emotions,” said freshman Annie Hebel.