Dear Graduating Class of 2018…

Graduating Seniors, as you prepare to leave the halls of high school and you experience your last fleeting moments of childhood, know that life is going to force you to grow up. It may come at you in a series of moments, or it may be one single event. On June 2, 2001, I received my diploma from high school and was sent out into the world. It was only a few months after that I indeed became an adult on September 11th. I know many of you…

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