Farwell speech - The greatest mistake you can make in life...

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“The greatest mistake you can make in life is to be continually fearing you will make one”-Elbert Hubbard Hi everyone my name is Trevor Jerry Davis and this is my farewell to all of you. Mistakes are natural and trust me I have made a whole bunch over the past four years. Some good, some bad, some pleasant, and even some hurtful. Ha yes that’s little freshman Trevor in an ambulance after tackling, well trying to tackle, someone in football that was way bigger than I was, mistake big time. Ya the only thing I remember from that ambulance ride is when my dad took that picture and said “Don’t just lie there, do something cool to show your children”. My arm was the only thing I could move in that straight jacket contraption so I gave a little peace sign. And this was the first of about 4 concussions in my career of high school sports. But it is not the mistakes that you make in life that matter, it is how you bounce back from them. What you learn from these mistakes will make you a better person and lead you to success. We are leaving Newport Harbor, our home, our play ground, our safe place, in about 2 weeks and it is really hard for me to grasp that. It seems like just yesterday I was a little baby freshmen trying to find my classes. Ha actually I still had trouble this year trying to find my classes. But anyways it has
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This note was uploaded on 08/31/2011 for the course WRITING 1100 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at Colorado.

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