1. As you think about your high school years, what is a favorite memory? “I can’t choose one moment from my high school years, but a few of my favorite memories include: cheering at district basketball games, exploring a library at 11pm while competing in State Debate in Austin, every single moment spent backstage (and onstage!) of One Act Play performances, playing laser tag in Fort Worth the night before Regional Academics, playing Juliet in GRT’s “Romeo and Juliet”, choreographing dances for Mini Cheer Camp, lengthy in-depth conversations about absolute silliness with my teachers, singing at the top of my lungs on school road trips, directing a fundraiser show, and so, so much more!”
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As the COVID-19 pandemic has continued, I have noticed that each person is handling it differently. Some people and families are deciding to stay inside and quarantine throughout this time, not leaving the house at all other than for essentials needs. Others are choosing to let this not completely control their lives, deciding to take road trips to the mountains, a walk at the park, amongst other things. It is always fascinating to see from afar how people handle certain events differently but through all of it, I believe the most important thing is to respect one another and respect our decision-making.
“But if you will not do so, behold, you have sinned against the LORD, and be sure your sin will find you out.” Numbers 32:23 NASBS
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