Senior Goodbye: Macayla Enman

Macayla Enman, Managing editor

Every day the bell rings at three ten, dismissing us for the day. Little did I and many other seniors know the week before spring break was going to be our last day. From the first day I walked into high school my freshman year, I couldn’t wait to be over, but I never expected it to end like this.
Now that it’s over I can say high school was not too bad. I always thought that high school was a waste of time but looking back at it, I would not change a single thing. High school has been one of the worst and best times of my life.
I do not get a normal last day, so I want to say thank you to every person I have got the chance to become friends with, throughout the past four years. You have helped me become the person I am today. I am so grateful that you accepted me for my charismatic and thoughtfully reckless personality.
Thank you to all my teachers, but most importantly the journalism staff for putting up with me. For pushing me to be my very best self and not letting me give up, I could not be more thankful for that. Also thank you for always listening and being there for me, whether or not you know it you made a difference in my life.
Huge thank you to all my family for always believing in me. For never giving up and teaching me to shoot for the moon and even if I miss, I will land upon the stars.
And a special thank you to high school for teaching me carpe diem, seize the day. You never know what’s going to happen, so you have to make the best of it. Take every chance you get and do not live a life full of regrets.
Being born into a military family never really gave me a sense of home because I was always moving around. But I’m glad to say that Paola has left a remarkable imprint that I will carry with me for the rest of my life because of all of you.