What Grinds My Tractor: Saying Goodbye

By Robert Dennis

You know what really grinds my tractor? Leaving. This is my last week as a high school student, and the more I think about it, the crazier the reality is. Life is going to be a slap in the face for my peers and I, so we all have to buckle up for the ride and see where life takes us. This year, I have had this column to rant about things that I didn’t feel were right. But for this, my last story, I just want to say thank you to everyone. Thank you to all the amazing teachers that I have had that have made this place better! A special thank you to my friends, for if it wasn’t for friends that I have I wouldn’t have been here, where I’m at today. I can’t imagine life without all of these people that I have gained and met in the years of my education. I will never forget you guys! The best piece of advice I can give anyone who reads this is: don’t take life for granted. The value of everyone’s lives is something unimaginable to our hearts and minds. Live life to the fullest, and be who you want to be, because we’ve only got a limited time that we are here. Live it up, push yourself to achieve, and have fun! One of my favorite sayings is “To be old and wise, you have to be young and stupid,” So live life up, and don’t hold back. Break past your barriers and be the best that you can be! And no matter what, don’t let life grind your tractor.

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