James Hock - MRH Faculty
A Piece of Advice
Dear Class of 2022,
Well the last four years have been a trip, and now we're at the end. For some of us it’s bliss. For some it’s sad. For most it's bliss. Four years ago we all walked through the same doors all ready to start our high school experience. The same kind they write movies about. We have been through more than any other graduating class from getting almost a year taken from us, to sleeping through all of Zoom high. Now as the days count down the credits are soon to follow.
Don’t worry it might be scary having it come to a close. It doesn't mean it’s the end, it just means it’s the start of a new. A grand series. For some it’s college, for some the workforce, for some they don’t know, and that's okay. We don’t know where we're all going to end up. The hoops we will have to go through. That's life. But who cares we will get to that when we get there.
Everybody is in such a haste to move on and grow up. To that I say stay young, because whether or not you like it, you will grow out of it. Make that stupid decision. Act careless. Go out and stomp in the rain. Make memories with your friends that will last a lifetime, because you can’t relive something that is gone. High school is a breeding ground for memories. Do not take advantage of that. Regardless of the sport, go to the games. Go to the pep rallies.
I leave you with this last quote “Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once and a while you might miss it.”