lynsey kendrick

(03/22/91 / fort worht texas)

saying good bye


During the years at Richland high school their has been lots of tears smiles, tears, drama, and most defiantly good times at Richland high school during my years here I have experienced so much like how I gain responsibility, learned from right and wrong, made many new friends now that it is all going to end it is know time to take on step forward and say good bye to this place. We are the seniors of 2009 and we are kicking it in the last years of the old rich land high school and most of all the last year of our high school lives. Now this is where we will take off and start new jobs go to school and start families out in the world. But most of all I will always Miss Richland high school and the hallways that I walked to get to class, the friends, teacher and principle telling me to wear my visible I.D. Those are the things I will miss. I will never forget a day about Richland high school no matter how old or young I will be.

Submitted: Thursday, February 26, 2009

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